Well if there was ever a polish with a cuter mascot and label, I don't know what it is. Whooz Polish caught my eye with their graphic, and I knew that their polishes would have as much attention to detail as their packaging. I was right! I have three polishes and looks to show you today.
Cotton CandyPants. This was a surprise mini that I got in my package. I'm so glad, because I really love it. I'm a huge fan of the jelly-sandwich in a bottle, and purple.. well, I love purple. Very cute pastel glitters, and the formula was easy to apply.
Somehow, the theme for today became hearts. A friend posted a nail art design with these heart balloons in black (sorry, I do not have the originator to credit them, but if you know it, please let me know!) and I thought they would look cute with this polish.
Nerdy Girl. This is my fave of the bunch! I love these grey jellies, and you can't go wrong with adding white, black, and hot pink! No undies here, but if you had longer nails you might have some VNL.
I took pink and black nail stripers and made different types of hearts. I love this - it looks like something I might have doodled on my notebooks when I was a teen and fell in love every 20 minutes.
Locket. This is a pink, white, and purple microglitter with some larger pink hexes. No undies, and I don't think you would need them unless you like a perfect cuticle line that you can't get with only glitter. I have such a love for these microglitters - I think it started with Floam and Dandy Nails Wonderwall, and kept on going. Such a neat way to wear glitter.
I had some different heart glitters that I got from the dollar store, so I decided to use them to complete the look. A dotting tool and a little topcoat to place them, and sealed in with another layer of Seche Vite. Very girly!
My first impression of Whooz polish is - whoooo can do without them? not me! I loved everything about them. You can find Whooz polish on Facebook and on Etsy.
Do you have a fave Whooz? Looking at their site, I might have to get Rock Candy next!