Y’all. It’s snowing. I mean, I love it, but I have to go pick up groceries in a few hours. I’m not ready to break out the boots yet, but I guess I’ll have to. BUT. I learned, this morning, that you can order your Thanksgiving turkey online through Kroger AND pick the weight. THE FUTURE IS NOW.

But in that same vein, I need an adultier adult to answer a question for me: do I have to freeze the turkey till like Monday, or can I leave it thawed?

Okay, okay. Back to polish. I have a mini collection that is perfect now that it’s cold! Tamara over at Necessary Evil Polish has an earthly element quad that’s ALL thermals. They’re all super saturated with color and shift seamlessly.

And now, without further ado, the Earth Elements Collection:

 

Air ($11.50); a purple to clear and gold thermal it’s has gold shimmer, two different kinds of gold flake, scattered holo and an itsy bitsy bit of purple metallic flake.

I think this one is my favorite of all four, and I think it’s the favorite of many customers, as evidenced by it being sold out currently. It’ll be restocked later, so no fear! My photos show two coats plus top coat.

Water is Life ($11.50); a teal in cold state to a silver in warm. This has loads of opal flakes, aurora shimmer, and scattered holo. 

Oh. My. Fuck. Y’all. Like. Just look at this one. The transition totally makes me think of a white sand beach with crystal clear waters. [email protected] WOOOOPS. Two coats and top coat shown here!

Pangaea ($11.50); a vibrant forest green to ocean blue thermal with copper and red UCC flakies and a scattered holo finish.

Uhm. Those flakes, y’all. I can’t. I am dead. Like, legit dead. Those, when paired with both the cold and the warm state, are incredible. Photos show two coats and top coat.

Phlogiston ($11.50); beautiful orange in cold state thermal is loaded with a red aurora pigment and red gold opal flake with scattered holo and ruby metallic microaflake.

This firey beauty is SO vibrant, it’s insane. That pink flame is so damn pretty, and I’m head over heels in love. Photos show two coats and top coat.

!!!!!

That’s the best way to wrap up this post, and sum up my feelings on these pretties. I think that these are lovely, and even if you’re not into thermals, they’re gorgeous all around and there’s something here for everyone.

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And with that, I’m outtie! Thanks for stopping by!
Have fun, make good choices, take your meds, and drink your water. <3

 

***The products mentioned in this post were sent to me in exchange for a review and photos, which can be found above.***

12 Replies to “Necessary Evil Polish | Earth Elements Collection

  1. I can’t believe it was snowing, that’s so nuts! It was a little chilly here in Florida because it was cloudy and like 72. Anyway, I love the thermals!!!

  2. What great shades. Sometimes I only like the cool or warm but with these I love them both.
    Just keep your turkey in the refrigerator and take it out at least 12 hours before you intend to cook it.

  3. Ooooh, I really really like this collection! I almost bought a thermal a couple of weeks ago, but I ended up buying something else instead. These with both the thermal and the glitter are very lovely and fun too

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