Brand Name: Northern Star Polish
Owner/Creator: Kristin Marz
Located:St. Paul,United States
Est. Date: Mar 25, 2012
Where to purchase this brand: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NorthernStarPolish
- Small (9ml) $6.00
- Full (15ml) $ 9.00
*Receive 30% off your order using 1BDAY at checkout March 1-31st to celebrate Northern Star Polish’s first anniversary
*10% off orders using the code INDIELOVE (once the anniversary coupon is finished)
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I officially started selling polishes last March, and am still having a lot of fun with the creative aspect of it (I think I now have a glitter addiction to go along with my polish problem! :)) I’ve loved nail polish since I was little, and have been collecting for over 10 years now. I dabbled with frankening off and on, before I even knew there was a term for it, and started researching and mixing polishes using raw ingredients in the fall of 2011. I was hooked and haven’t stopped since! It’s a weird craft, in that you have to be very precise in measuring and testing, but also allows you to be as wild as you want in using colors and textures.
I always feel honored when someone supports my brand, or comments they like a polish I made, it’s so gratifying that someone out there gets me! 🙂 I love vibrant colors, even wacky combinations with glitz and glam, and I’m so happy to have stumbled in to polish making. I feel like life can be a drag sometimes, so why not have fun when you can?
Adorable polish photos below!
Pleeease tell me you all know where the name of this polish originated from!?!?! The most adorable movie ever! The Princess Bride
If you haven’t seen it? Go! It’s probably free somewhere online 🙂 Late 80’s flick – not cheesy like most 80’s movies 🙂 a fun romantic classic.
The nail polish….not romantic 🙂 But FUN! Tons of glitz and glitter, but also a really neat polish that allows for the color of the “underwear” to show through – many, many looks available depending what you wear under this one.
My choice was to wear only one coat of Kaleidoscope over the nude polish – but I think you could easily wear two coats without it looking like too much. Mainly blue matte glitters (I adore blue!) and a few scattered micro glitters, make this polish a great mixture without being too much. I love it 🙂
At first, looking at the bottle – I would say it’s a pink glitter polish. The closer you look though, there are sooo many colors that blend well together. In fact, I had to go directly to the source to find out everything in this polish! As per the description, the glitters included are: fuchsia, purple, black, lavender, white, purple disco, and garnet glitters. It also says it’s in a black jelly base, but my bottle had a clear base. Anyways! Either way it comes out of the bottle, it looks great – and I am not a fan of pink at all, but this is great!
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