Sunday, 7 April 2013

Darling Diva Polish - G-Spot, Zen Pool, and Call The Doctor Swatches & Review

Part 2 of Darling Diva Polish day includes 3 new beautiful polishes from Darling Diva Polish. Let's get to it!

First up is G-Spot (Get your minds out the gutter people! It's named after one of her friends!) which consists of red square glitters, red hexagonal glitters of different sizes, and red holographic hexagonal glitters in a beautiful purple base. Swatches below are 2 coats worn alone topped with a coat of Gelous.

Next up is Zen Pool which consists of two sizes of hot pink circle glitters, light blue circle glitters, light blue holographic hexagonal glitters, white circle glitters, large pale blue hexagonal glitters, and tiny teal holographic glitters along with a hint of shimmer in a teal-blue crelly base. Swatches below are 3 coats worn alone topped with a coat of Gelous.

Lastly is Call The Doctor which consists of large hot pink holographic circle glitters, medium size and small sized hot pink circle glitters, light pink medium sized circle glitters, white circle glitters, black circle glitters of 2 sizes, and silver holographic microglitters in a pale pink jelly base. Swatches below show one coat of Call The Doctor layered over 2 coats of Mango by Klean Color, then one coat layered over 2 coats of To-Teally Chic by Finger Paints, along with some nail wheel swatches with other possibilities I was considering.

There is something I love about each and every one of these polishes. The purple base in G-Spot  is so beautiful & I don't have a polish this color in my entire collection! The shimmer in Zen Pool gives it a nice kick, & I love how the pink pops! But if you are going to wear this color, you NEED a good base coat (unless you like smurf nails!). Call The Doctor is the perfect name for this polish, because I nearly passed out when I saw it! The layering possibilities are endless & a circle glitter fan's dream come true! The application for these polishes were good, but the large hexagonal glitters in Zen Pool did drag a teeny bit. There was no need to fish for any glitters and the dry time was fairly quick.

Darling Diva Polishes costs between $9-$13 and can be purchased from her etsy shop found here. Unfortunately Carrie will be closing down the etsy shop today for 2-3 weeks, but you may still purchase her polishes from Llarowe, Mei Mei's Signatures, Norway Nails, Le Doux Nuage, and Edgy Polish. Don't forget to check out her Facebook fanpage found here also for sneak peeks, updates, and deals!

Peace & Love,

*Some products sent for my honest review*


  1. Great swatches, Call The Doctor is my favorite because of the circle glitter :)

  2. Zen Pool is gorgeous! I think it's my favorite.

  3. I have got to get me a nail polish sugar daddy so I can afford to buy ALL of her polishes...they're all so beautiful! Great swatches!

  4. All of these are absolutely stunning :D

  5. Thanks for the swatches. Zen Pool is gorgeous!