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Hot Chick Physics Review

Hey guys, so yesterday was terrible, my mouse was like slowly breaking. For I could use the scroll wheel, move it around & but couldn't click anything unless I pressed really hard. It was terrible, I haven't had to use the tab button so much in so long. Luckily my husband bought a new mouse on his way home from work, ugh I love that man, such a life saver!

Anyways! Today I have a Hot Chick Physics indie polish review for you. I was sent these to review & I am so impressed by all the polishes they are just amazing. So lets get started.

Two Coats
Two Coats
Blue Bayou is a beautiful sheer periwinkle colour that shimmers pink. I enjoy this polish by itself with two coats, but I also love layering it over different colours like Orly - Royal Navy or Color club - express yourself. 


Blacker than the Foulest Witch is a very sheer green that you can either build up into a beautiful deep shimmering green or layer over different colour polishes. I prefer to layer it over a deep green, blue or black. (=
Snow Flurry is a all white glitter creation that is made of tiny squares, tinsel, hexagons & stars. Some of the glitter does sink after a while so it needs to be left upside down a couple of minutes before you use it, or you'll be left "fishing". 

Channel Z is a all black glitter creation that is made from, tiny cicular glitters, squarish rectangles & tiny hexagons. For this polish I didn't need to leave it upside down because the glitters didn't sink.

In the pictures below you will see a manicure I did using both Channel Z & Snow Flurry over the opposite colour. 








Overall review
I seriously love all of these polishes, & I am not saying that just cause I got them for free. lol. I am saying it because I love polishes that you can layer. It just something I adore. I love being able to grab a sheer polish such as Blue Bayou & layer it over a polish that I've had on & am already bored of & it'll bring it back to life in a whole new way.

I also love glitters that are in a clear base because that allows you to apply it over any polish. I am very pleased with each polish & I can honestly say I would recommend that everyone should go check out her shop. She also makes some pretty cool jewelry too!

So what do you think of them? Would you get any?


*The products in this post were sent to me in exchange for my honest review. Please see my Disclosure Policy for more information.