Pahlish - Combustible Lemon

Hi everyone!!!

I wanted to do a second post to share my Thanksgiving mani today. I hope you're all having a wonderful day with family and friends and lots of food ;0). For those outside of the US not celebrating Thanksgiving, I'm sure you'd still be able to appreciate this beauty.

I actually got this polish just yesterday in the mail and thought it would be perfect for Thanksgiving. I love the combo of the deep red jelly with the gold glitter just make think of fall and the lovely season.

Combustible Lemon is described as a mix of small gold squares, holographic gold hex, copper hex, scattered small red holographic hex, scattered small red/orange hex, and a heavy dose of gold microflakies all suspended in a fiery red jelly base. It has a good formula, slightly on the thick side, but manageable. It's opaque in two coats, but because I wanted it to look darker, like it is in the bottle, I decided to use a third coat. It does dry to a gritty finish though, so it requires top coat.

I used Orly Nail Defense as a base and Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat.

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This polish is so so beautiful. I love the glow that comes from the glitter and flakies in the polish! Absolutely gorgeous!!

What do you guys think of Combustible Lemon? What are you wearing on your nails for Thanksgiving?

Pahlish polishes can be purchased online at www.etsy.com/shop/pahlish.
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13 comments:

  1. It really does glow--what a beauty! ^_^

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  2. Oh, so pretty! I've just ordered from Pahlish but I didn't get this one! I should have!!

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    1. Maybe you can get it next time. Looking outward to seeing what you got!

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  3. So gorgeous! And I love the new Pahlish labels!!

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  4. Me too!! I think the labels are super cute!

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  5. This is beautiful! I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving!

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  6. It's a beautiful polish=))
    I love red.

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  7. What an interesting polish! Reminds me slightly of Barielle Elle's Spell but slightly more...combustible?

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  8. This is very pretty. Red's are totally growing on me!

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  9. I can't believe I'm about to say this, but I kinda like it!

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