Mace Polish – July Polish Pickup Rewind

*Press Sample

As you know the lovely ladies over at Polish Pickup headquarters are taking a much needed and well earned vacation. For the month of July makers are bringing back their most asked for color from previous months. Mace Polish is bringing back their contribution from the January Crystals and Gemstones theme. You already remember which one it is don’t you?! That’s right Starlight Starbright is returning and it is available all month long.

The inspiration behind the polish is the Boulder Opal which is a unique stone found in Queensland, Australia. It’s unique appearance is credited to a mixture of opal and host rock, generally ironstone. Boulder opals are mined from large ironstone boulders under the ground. The colorful opal forms in the cracks of the boulders and because of their thinness the ironstone is left on the back of the opal to make a full sized stone. These beautiful stones can be found in any color of the spectrum. So, let’s take a look at which stones inspired Stacy.

 

Overview:

There are no issues with formula or application. Even with all the beautiful flakies and glitters you get a nice and even application.

Release Information: Starlight Starbright will be available on the Mace Polish* website from July 1st – 31st. Price is $12.00 and there is a cap of 150 bottles. You can receive 15% off your entire purchase on all orders that include Starlight Starbright using code ILOVEPPU.

*Please note that Stacy is in the process of rebranding so her website is currently under the new brand name Static Lacquer. 

 

Starlight Starbright

a blurple jelly with red to blue chameleon glitters and UCC flakies
Shown in 2 coats

 

You can view the full Polish Pickup July Rewind on their website.  They will be showcasing them on the site from Friday July 6th – Monday July 9th. Each link will take you to the makers website for you to make your purchase.

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