Indies Only! Blogathon – Today’s Feature Brand “Piper Polish”

Before I start, let me just mention that this might be my last post for a few days.  The kids have Friday and Monday off school – so we have an extra, extra long weekend.  I have a feeling I won’t have a lot of time to sit down in front of the computer 🙂  Have a great weekend everyone!

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Brand Name: Piper Polish

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Owner/Creator: Erin Piper

Located: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

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Est. Date: Apr 23, 2012 (I have a feeling that’s not right, and she’s been around longer….but I can’t seem to find my info to confirm)

Where to purchase this brand: http://www.etsy.com/shop/PiperPolish

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Price range:
Small (5ml)  $4.99 – $5.50(for polishes including Spectraflair)
Full (15ml)  $7.50 – $10.75

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COUPON CODE:  INDIEBLOG20 (20% discount on your entire order)

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Where will they ship to:

United States $2.50 USD $0.50 USD
Australia $6.99 USD $2.00 USD
Austria $6.99 USD $2.00 USD
Belgium $6.99 USD $2.00 USD
Canada $6.99 USD $2.00 USD
Germany $6.99 USD $2.00 USD
New Zealand $6.99 USD $2.00 USD
Sweden $6.99 USD $2.00 USD
United Kingdom $6.99 USD $2.00 USD
Everywhere Else $7.50 USD $2.50 USD

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SpectraFlair Topcoat

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This is the manicure the Spectraflair topcoat is over in these photos.

This is the manicure the Spectraflair topcoat is over in these photos.

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Mesmerizing......

Mesmerizing……isn’t it?

Piper Polish’s Spectraflair Topcoat is a holo polish lovers DREAM!! 🙂  Really and truly, this is the best quality I have come across.  Last year, I heard about using Spectraflair in nail polish….and became obsessed with either finding a place to purchase spectraflair (everywhere I found sold it in huge expensive quantities, or tiny expensive quantities…) or finding a genuine spectraflair topcoat.

Four brands later – Piper Polish came out the winner by a LONG shot.  Maybe it’s because the other brands I tried were not very generous with the amount of Spectraflair pigment they added, so it wasn’t as brilliant….don’t know, don’t care 🙂  I’m sticking with this brand.  Not to mention, she has exceptional customer service.  When I purchased more of the topcoat a few months later, there was a a bit of hiccup with the order  – and Erin made sure it was resolved in a snap!

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Walk This Way

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Walk this Way is a polish that Erin sent to me to include in the blogathon, and I don’t think it has been listed in her shop as yet.  So, I’m not sure about whether or not this has some spectraflair pigment added – it looks like it to me 🙂  Aside from that unknown, what I do know is – it applies smoothly, and opaque with two coats.  Purple usually isn’t a color I wear, but this is sort of a purple/grey that really intrigues me – definitely one I will purchase in full size when it’s available 🙂

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London Fog

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London Fog…oh, London Fog – what did I do to you?  It deserved to be swatched much better than what I was able to do.  The navy blue/grey jelly base is smooth, the square opal/blue/green glitter pieces were easily picked up by the brush – but I still couldn’t do it justice.  Don’t blame the polish 😉

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Glitter Bomb (over light beige base color)

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Glitter Bomb!  This was made for me! (not really, but it may as well have been 🙂 lol)  When I swatched this, I wanted to be able to show off the mix of glitters (sizes, shapes, colors! wheee!) – so, I resisted and only applied one coat over a beige base.  But, if you look at the etsy listing for Glitter Bomb, you can see it swatched in full coverage.  Awwwwesome!!!!

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Be sure to visit Piper Polish at www.etsy.com/shop/PiperPolish and use her very generous coupon code: INDIEBLOG20

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