SquareHue’s August 2015 nail polish collection box takes us to the 1970 decades.

Text courtesy of Lace and Lacquers and images @glamorable




Watergate 1973
Watergate is a super shimmery polish made up of tiny micro flakies in a sheer blue base. These flakies shift from bright blue to purple with an awesome duochrome effect. This polish is so pretty and super sparkly. Takes about 4 coats to build up if you don’t want a sheer effect.





iPolish 1976
iPolish is a pure white creme nail polish. Always a nice staple to have in your collection. The formula is nice and opaque, very easy to build up, super smooth to apply, and not gloopy at all. This polish might have to be the quickest drying white polish you can have in your collection. Shown here in 2 coats.




Night Fever 1977
Night Fever is a sparkly, holographic disco ball glitter polish. It has small and medium sized silver holo glitter hexes. This is a nice simple glitter topper that is fun to add to any polish undies. 2 coats of Night Fever. One coat had a great glitter coverage, adding a 2nd coat will add some more of the medium sized hex to your nails.  This polish was easy to work with and the dry time was great! 



SquareHue Nail Polish is:

> “7-Free” Clean formula – Does not contain Formaldehyde, Toluene, DBP, Camphor, Ethy Tosylamide, Xylene, or Formaldehyde Resins

> Vegan-friendly

> Cruelty-free

> Proudly Made in the USA

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