1850 Artisan Polish – The Final Problem Feb 2019 PPU

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1850 is back in February for the Duos and Pairs theme and is teaming up with Pam Heil from Girly Bits to bring you colors inspired by Sherlock and Moriarty. Nikki loves a good old-fashioned villain, and Moriarty is the perfect evil mastermind.
Pam took on Sherlock Holmes to bring you “High Functioning Sociopath” a mossy green/brown holo with color shifting shimmer and flakes. (Swatches not available on my blog)

If, by chance you aren’t acquainted with The Polish Pickup (PPU) it is a monthly collection where makers have a theme picked for them by the facebook group and they create custom polishes to match the theme. Upwards of 90+ indie makers participate and create polish and non-polish products.
In a new way of shopping the group branched out to include The Indie Pickup for non polish related items and now is going by The Pick-ups! This is making it a one stop shop experience for customers who want to pick up both types of products and have one set shipping fee.

The site has also now branched out to international shipping with an International site.

Off to the Swatches!

“The Final Problem,” is a deep moody blue multichrome that shifts pinkish purple and gold at extreme angles and is accented with gold microflakes. It reaches full opacity in 2 easy coats and dries to a semi glossy finish.


Available Feb 1st – 4th | Price $12.00 | Cap 200

Be sure to add this one to your wishlist for easy checkout!!

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Thanks for reading!
XOXO
Yvy

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