One of the coolest things about indie polish companies is the fun and inspired pop culture collections that come out and say something about what the creator likes, music, television, and movie-wise. Connecting with one yourself is even more fun.
Sherlock Holmes and I go way back, to sitting with my mom and sisters in front of the tube watching the late, great Jeremy Brett on PBS when I was a kid. When I learned that Jenna of LynBDesigns has a Holmes-inspired polish collection, I was pretty stoked to get my hands on one. This is So Changeable, inspired by the criminal mind of Sherlock's diabolical archenemy, Professor Moriarty.
So Changeable is a midnight blue jelly packed with tiny, color shifting navy blue glitters that flash teal and purple. It's so packed that, despite the jelly base, this polish only requires two coats to be fully opaque. The formula dries very quickly, and I needed to work quickly to apply it evenly. I used a thin coat first, then I applied a decent sized dollop in the middle of my nail for the second and was able to maneuver it around to full coverage without any flooding or pooling. It's a little bit thick and not quite what I'd call an "applies itself" polish, but it is dark, rich, and beautiful and totally worth the small bit of extra effort. So Changeable dries to a satiny finish and I like everything to be super shiny so I used two layers of topcoat.
So Changeable and the rest of the Baker Street collection are available for purchase internationally for $8 at LynBDesigns' etsy shop. Like LynBDesigns on facebook to keep up with specials and new releases.
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