Aly’s Dream Polish #23 Vivid Violet

Good very early morning everyone!  If you are still up, hey!  If you are reading this after waking up, good morning sleepy head!  I am working on this post as I wait until it’s time to head to Pearson Airport in Toronto to pick up my parents who are coming home from Cuba today.  Of course their flight was delayed almost 3 hours, otherwise, I would be almost back home already *sigh*  And since I didn’t get a post up yesterday (technically), I thought I would do up a couple for you 🙂
Here we have the GORGEOUS #23 Vivid Violet from Aly’s Dream Polishes.  I purchased this polish with a blogger discount that Ashley sent me, so this is technically PROVIDED FOR REVIEW, even though I bought it with my own moolah 🙂  (This is me trying to comply with the new rules, even though I am in Canada 🙂 )

This colour is phenomenal, and I HIGHLY recommend it to any purple lover out there.  This is 2 coats of #23 Vivid Violet, top coated.  Ashley has created a WIDE range of colours – 70 to be exact – of holographic polishes.  In my humble opinion, these definitely rival the Color Club ones, even though I have only swatched Halo-Graphic from 2012 on a swatch stick.  AND!  They are available in every colour you can imagine!!  I am in love with this colour, and I chose it to help crush my lemming for Color Club Eternal Beauty.  And while it’s a purple holo, I think I need to still have one that is more “blurple” like Eternal Beauty.  My next colour choice from Aly’s Dream Polish will definitely be #38 Blue-Violet.

And here is what you really came here for – the sunlight shots!!

Gorgeous, right?!?!
So, where can you find these?  Head over to her Storenvy shop (she just opened it!), and make sure to give her a like on Facebook!

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8 thoughts on “Aly’s Dream Polish #23 Vivid Violet

  1. They definitely are more scattered than Color Club, but they are like a happy medium between a Color Club (linear) and a Zoya Ornate (scattered). I think that's what I like the most about them 😀

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