Pretty Perfect Polish Review

I recently decided to start buying polishes from at least one UK indie polish maker each month in an effort to support the lovely community we have, so I kicked this month off with a lovely little haul from Pretty Perfect Polish.

Pretty Perfect Polish is owned by Meagan who is so lovely and is amazing with interacting with her customer on social media. As you will see from the polishes, she is super creative and had made a really lovely unique brand.

All of the polishes arrived in a pretty holographic jiffy bag full of holo stuffing, and the polishes come in these cute little nets which is a lovely touch.

First up in Berry Good from the Holographic collection. This swatch shows 2 very easy and smooth coats, and the polish was a total pleasure to work with. The colour is gorgeous and the holo sparkles are beautiful. This dried really quickly and evenly.

Next is a lovely duochrome called Dark Matter. I love duochrome polishes and this one is perfect. This swatch shows one coat over a black base. The polish is very sheer in the bottle but this is because it is designed to be used over a dark base to make the shift more intense. Again this dried really quickly and was really nice to work with.

Next up we have Peridot which is a bright green glitter polish. This polish is really interesting and is literally packed full of gorgeous green glitter. It is so sparkly and I couldn't stop staring at it when I had it on. This swatch shows 3 thin coats of polish, and considering that this is very glitter heavy, it dried really quickly.

Finally we have Sapphire which is a stunning blue holographic thermal polish. This is the one I was most excited about and it did not disappoint! Everything about this polish is perfect. The formula is fantastic, so buttery and its glides onto the nail. The holo in it is beautiful and the thermal transition has been done perfectly. This swatch shows 2 coats and the polish in it's cold state.

This is the polish in it's warm state and it transitions from the gorgeous deep blue into a lighter softer blue which works so well with the holo sparkles.

You can see the warmth at the tips of my nails here which really shows off the transition.

I am so impressed with my Pretty Perfect Polish purchases and they have not disappointed at all. Not only is the quality of everything fantastic but the prices are very reasonable. I also love how unique and cute the mini flower bottles are.

You can find the Etsy shop here and you can find Meagan on Instagram: @pretty.perfect.polish

Which one is your favourite from my haul? Have you tried Pretty Perfect Polish before? Let me know in the comments.

Sam x


  1. What a lovely idea & these polishes all look gorgeous. The small touches these indie polish makers have is adorable.
    Vicky xx

    1. They're all so nice and I'm really impressed with them. It's so nice buy handmade too xx