Friday, December 19, 2014

Hard to Find Friday: Dollish Polish Walker Bait

Happy Friday all!  It's only 5 more days until Christmas Eve and the last night of Hanukkah.  This year we're celebrating with Mr. LacquerVixen's family so I'm excited for a chill holiday.  When the holidays roll around with my family, there's always lots of people and food.  We open presents Christmas Eve, then we get gussied up and stay out super late with the very large extended family.  Christmas Day usually means lots of Mexican food and leftover cake, so I don't have any complaints.  My in laws, on the other hand, take a more subdued path.  We go check out the holiday lights, play board games, and watch movies.  They also open presents on Christmas Day, which means I am the first person awake, pestering everyone else to get up.  I am not particularly well known for my patience.  And this year I know there is at least one new pretty polish for me, so it's not like anyone can really blame me.  I've already started threatening to sick the dog on people if they don't wake up early enough.

Today for Hard to Find Friday, I have a polish that has been a huge lemming of mine.  This is Dollish Polish Walker Bait, which was originally released as a limited edition polish for the 2013 season premier of The Walking Dead.  I did not get a chance to grab it the first time it came out, but when she announced it was going to be coming back for a limited time in 2014, this polish became my NEED TO HAVE polish on my Secret Santa wish list.  My amazing polished partner in crime and one of my biggest supporters here, sunonwater11, actually ended up being my Secret Santa.  And she made sure to snag me this baby.  I could not be happier!

Walker Bait is one of those gross green colors, olive green if you had to specify, with a great holographic shift running through it.  It's somewhere between a scattered holo and a linear holo.  It was nearly opaque in one coat, but I added a second to cover the odd bald spot.  The formula was smooth and easy to work with.  Fun fact, my bottle actually has a hand written "56/2" on the label.  That's how limited edition it is.   ;-)  

If you are interested in checking out Dollish Polish, you can visit her storefront here.  It is one of my personal goals to eventually own all three of the zombie polishes she has made, so now I'm just missing Look at the Flowers Lizzie.  You can actually check out my swatch of Zombie Flesh here and a mani I had used it in here.  

As the usual kind reminder. While these products were not purchased with my own money, they were a gift.  They were not sent to me for review purposes.  I am not cool enough to have people send me products for review. 

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