*Polishes were provided for review. My opinions are 100% honest.*
Butterfly Dancer has a mix of square and hexagon glitters in black and pale colors consisting of blue, pink, green, yellow, and more in a clear base. This color was inspired and named after the Fancy Shawl Dancers. The pale glitters in this polish is gorgeous because it adds such a whimsical quality to it. I applied one coat over Barielle Welcome Ohm.
Four Directions has a mix of black, red, white, and yellow square and hexagon glitters in a clear base. This color was inspired and named after the Medicine wheel. The mix of colors in this polish really reminds me of checkers or a deck of cards. For even distribution, I used the dabbing method. This is one coat over OPI Stranger Tides.
Here's a look at all three colors swatched on a nail stick. I used two coats for each color. As you can see, there probably best used as layering glitters. The only one I can see being used as a full coverage glitter is the prototype one. From left to right: Four Directions, Butterfly Dancer, and prototype color.
Overall, I really like all three colors. The formula was on the thicker side but they were easy to work with. My favorites has to be Butterfly Dancer and the prototype color. Both are just gorgeous and required minimal dabbing to get a good coat on. A fun fact to know is that each label is handmade so every bottle is a little different from one another. There also vegan and cruelty free.
Alicia's polishes are going to retail for $8 for a full size bottle. Her collection will come out sometime near the end of July. She's only going to be making 5-6 colors each so there's only going to be 25-30 bottles available for this collection. So snatch these up if you like them! For more information on her nail polish, check out her FAQs and Facts page.