Illyrian Polish – Temptation April PPU

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Polish Pick up’s April theme was “Works of Art” and Illyrian was inspired by Salvador Dali and Nina chose “The Temptation of St. Anthony” as her muse. 
Dali’s wild visions are spectacular and the inspiration from his work is boundless. Thus, I HAD to have this one!

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!

Temptation is a stunning cobalt blue base with copper/orange/gold/green shifting UCC flakes. The flakies lay flat, no curling! It reached full opacity in 2 coats and dries to a semi glossy finish.
I must say this is my favorite Illyrian I own, and it just dethroned Narrow Sea!

Did you pick this one up?

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