Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Baroness of Glitter: Weird Science collection swatch and review

I really love working with newer indie brands. I love being able to help them spread the word about their new line and helping them get more exposure. With that being said, let me have the pleasure of introducing you to Baroness Of Glitter.

Baroness Of Glitter is a new indie brand, with the shop opening November 1st of this year. Demi, the owner creates beautiful 5-free hand-made lacquers. She has two collections out now, one of which I will show you now, a holiday collection, and two pretty multichromes that haven't been released yet which I'll show you in another post. So who's ready so see some pretties?! 

Hypercube is a grape purple jelly polish filled with iridescent small square glitter. I really liked this one, though jellies aren't quite my thing, I like how the iridescent squares look suspended in the base. The formula was good, smooth and sheer like a jelly. Swatches below are one coat on my middle and ring and two coats on my index and pinky. All are topped with top coat. 

Quantum Jewels is a black jelly with holographic particles along with large holographic circle glitters. I decided to layer this over a black base and I'm so happy I did! Look at how pretty it is!! I did have to fish for the large circle glitters which I figured because they are really big. The formula was great, smooth and sheer. Swatches below are one coat of Quantum Jewels over a black base topped with top coat. 

The Golden Rule is a green leaning jelly glitter with with a slight gold shift and large gold holographic circles. I layered this one over black as well and it really brings that gold shift to life. I had to fish for these glitters as well which a suspected. (TIP: turn your bottles upside down for a few minutes before you use to make it easier to get glitters out!) The formula was the same as Quantum Jewels and swatches below are one coat of The Golden Rule over a black base topped with top coat. Sorry no bottle shot for this one, I hate when I take photos only to find out they didn't turn out right! :( 

Black Holes and Dark Matter is a black jelly polish with small holographic glitters and medium holographic circles. I chose to layer this over black to make those glitters stand out. Unfortunately I didn't get any medium circles in my swatches but believe me they are in the bottle! The formula was the same as the others and swatches below are one coat of Black Holes and Dark Matter over a black base topped with top coat. 

Baroness Of Glitter polishes retail for $10.00USD for a 15mL bottle and $4.25USD for a 5mL bottle. You can purchase the polishes above and her other holiday collection HERE. She also sells some beautiful jewelry that you should check out: Demiflux and Elemental Haiku. Make sure you stay up to date with all the happenings by following her, there are separate sites for each of her stores!

twitter (polish) | twitter (demiflux) | twitter (elemental haiku) 
facebook (polish) | facebook (demiflux)

**Products in this post were provided by Baroness Of Glitter in exchange for my honest opinion. 
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Thanks loves!


  1. Love the name and bottles, and the squishy polishes! Great swatches and pix :)

    1. Thanks so much!! The names are so creative and fit :)

  2. I think Black Holes is my favorite!


    1. Black Holes is so pretty! I'm glad you like it!!! :)

  3. That's right, hook me on another indie brand you dahling enabler! <3