Beyond Polish carries gift sets, gel polish, regular nail lacquer, acrylic supplies, and various nail care and spa products. They have lots of popular brands, including my personal favorite, Zoya. They also carry plenty of colors from brands like Essie, China Glaze, and more.
The first color I picked was Cosmic Dust by China Glaze, from their Spring/Summer 2013 Hologram collection. I had been coveting the holos in this line for a while, so when I saw that they were available at the Beyond Polish site I knew I had to try one! Have you seen that video of the guy talking about Five Guys (the songified version)? All I could think when I swatched this polish was, "This is how holos are supposed to be!" The photo above doesn't do it justice at all. I tried my best to capture how absolutely shimmery and perfect and wonderful it was, but I promise that it's 10 times more gorgeous in person! As with all China Glaze polishes, this one had a great formula that applied evenly and smoothly.
My second polish was Put A Bow On It, also by China Glaze, from their Happi HoliGlaze 2013 holiday collection. As you can see, it's a slightly textured microglitter in a gorgeous shade of fuschia. I really liked the other swatches I had seen of this polish, and it did not disappoint once I tried it myself. I would definitely recommend using a pure acetone remover with this one, though. Even with the pure acetone it was difficult to remove, but it's so beautiful that I think it's well worth the effort!
I had to choose a Zoya polish as my last pick, and I went with LC from the Summer 2008 Gossip collection. All of the polishes in that collection are named after members of the cast of The Hills, which is a show I loved to watch when I was in high school. This polish is a bright coral/orange that had been on my wish list for a while. Zoya is my favorite brand because they're vegan-friendly, big five free, and cruelty-free. Their formula is also the best I've ever used: application is so smooth and you don't need many coats for it to be opaque (the photo above is with two). My only gripe about this polish is that when I removed it, it left a lot of staining around my cuticles; but it was nothing that an extra swipe of polish remover couldn't take care of.
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Bottom Line: I am so glad I was introduced to Beyond Polish and I will definitely be shopping there again in the future! I think all polish lovers should check it out, because they have a broad range of products and colors. They're also currently advertising a 10% off coupon: use epkb4 at checkout!
*Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Beyond Polish. I received no monetary compensation.