Moore Swatches: Pahlish – Mukashi (Once Upon a Time) Collection (Partial)

***PRESS (PR) SAMPLE NOTICE ***

It’s just before 8am est on Friday morning and I have already been asked, what are we doing today… twice by 2 different children of mine *insert sigh here*. Like don’t siblings communicate and select one lucky one to ask the questions? I have no personal experience being an only child, but I always thought that’s how it went. No?

Yes, Jason and I were nice enough to allow the kids not to go to school today and start their summer break early. Yippee! *said in my most sarcastic voice ever!

You see, Jason gets to leave out of the house for work. I, on the other hand, only have to travel to the basement to work. That means I get to hear the yelling and fussing that is sure to take place this summer…for 11 weeks.

So couple that with being up since 4:30am after getting to bed at almost midnight means that I need coffee, and lots of it, to make it through the day. But I should look on the bright side….

I’ll let you know when I find it.

On to the polish…

Today I have 3 of the 10 polishes from the Mukashi (Once Upon a Time) Collection from Pahlish. Inspired by Japanese folklore and fairytales, this set is comprised of soft shades and bright neons. I’m sure you can tell which I have for you today. Let’s jump in.

Enjoy…

*All swatches are done using Commitment Issues (liquid latex peel off base coat) by Vapid, Top Coat (glossy, QDTC) by Glisten & Glow and Matte Topcoat (matte topcoat) by Sassy Sauce Polish. Swatch photos are taken using artificial lights.**

Kasa-Obake (Living Umbrella)

A neon teal with a mix of holographic flakes and teal/purple/pink shifting chameleon flakes

Momotaro (Peach Boy)

A neon coral pink with dense holographic flakes and bright pink to green shifting shimmer

Kintaro (Golden Boy)

A neon yellow with dense holographic flakes and violet/blue/pink/orange shifting shimmer

Now you didn’t think I’d leave you hanging and not tell you where to check out the remaining 7 did you? I could never do such a thing.

Here are the names and descriptions of the other beauties but be sure to check out the following swatchers and/or bloggers that will be sharing this collection soon!

Delishious Nails / Nail Me Daily

Nurikabe (Wall Creature)

A soft taupe cream with bright red to green shifting shimmer and scattered holographic pigments

Seto Taisho (Teacup Soldier)

A soft aqua cream with bright red to green shifting shimmer and scattered holographic pigments

Umibozu (Sea Monk)

A soft grey with violet/blue/pink/gold shifting multichrome and a mix of holographic flakes and pigments

Tanuki (Raccoon Dog)

A soft grey with golden bronze/copper/green/blue shifting multichrome and a mix of holographic flakes and pigments

Kappa (River Child)

A soft grey with pink/gold/green shifting multichrome and a mix of holographic flakes and pigments

Issun-Boshi (Inch High Samurai)

A lavender with red to green shifting shimmer and a mix of dense holographic flakes and pigments

Kitsune (Many-Tailed Fox)

A spring olive with a bright pink to gold shifting shimmer and a mix of dense holographic flakes and pigments

Overall Thoughts – Pahlish – Mukashi (Once Upon a Time) Collection (Partial)

Formula / Application: no issues to report. even consistency and apply nicely.

Queen’s Choice: Kasa-Obake

Opacity: swatches shown in 3 coats

Price: Individual shades $12, Sets $110

Availability: Sunday, June 17th at 7 pm central

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