In her her regular restocks, Shannon from Pahlish often offers monthly special polishes, bespoke batches, mystery polishes, and test batches. As part of a recent release of mystery Harry Potter themed test batches, I bought 7 gorgeous new Pahlish polishes. Every Flavor beans is one of those that I decided to swatch and do some nail art with.
Pahlish Every Flavor Beans – Video Swatch
As you’ll see in the video embedded above, the formula on this polish is a little thick and more difficult to work with than I’d like. I prefer to work in thinner coats, but Every Flavor Beans only applied evenly in thicker coats. That said, the formula is still workable though not ideal. I’ll probably thin this out before using it again, but I will definitely be using it again. The base colour here is gorgeous and the flakies make it super special.
Pahlish Every Flavor Beans – Macro Swatch
The flakies are easy to see in sunlight and here in the macro, but are fairly subdued in artificial or indirect lighting. Look how pretty though!
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Every Flavor Beans – Nail Art – Artificial Light
Getting into the Bertie Botts spirit, I did an Every Flavor Beans themed nail art look with multicoloured stamping and a holo topcoat. These nails are as fun and unexpected as the beans themselves! Using some Girly Bits stamping polishes, some Dollarama discount stamping finds, a Bundle Monster plate and a Cult Nails holo topcoat, I stamped on some bright beans. I’d absolutely consider recreating something like this for Easter.
Every Flavor Beans – Nail Art – Sunlight
- Pahlish – Every Flavor Beans (Test Batch)
- Bundle Monster Plate – BM 211
- Girly Bits – Coral Reef, Silly Daffodilly
- Mariposa – Unnamed Pink, Unnamed Purple