If you’re a hardcore fan of Glam Polish like I am then you likely already know about the Glam Polish Fans group on Facebook, however if you do not then I suggest clicking the link and checking it out. Each month Glam Polish creator, Rachel Griffin, releases two fan group exclusives only available to those included in the group on a limited edition basis. Once they’re gone, they’re gone, so these are super beautiful super limited edition shades.
This month the theme for the fan group exclusives continues to be “Heroes vs. Villains” and pits Harry Potter against Voldemort with the shades “The Boy Who Lived” and “He Who Must Not Be Named”. I saw these and was squeeing, because I love, love, love, love, love Harry Potter and have ever since the first book came out. So I got these as soon as they launched, along with another beautiful upcoming Glam collection.
Each of the swatches shown is two thin coats of polish and one top coat of Seche Vite Quick Dry Top Coat unless otherwise noted. All images are shown under natural sunlight bulbs as well. To watch the live swatch click here.
“The Boy Who Lived”
“The Boy Who Lived” is a garnet red jelly base with holographic microglitter and shifting gold and red flakies throughout. It almost seems like the flakies are metallic in the bottle, but on the nail they shift so much I’m sure they are. This color has a gorgeous ability to shift between the deep red garnet and buts of gold and purple. I love this and the shift puts it absolutely over the top.
“He Who Must Not Be Named”
“He Who Must Not Be Named” is a deep blue almost black jelly with tons of the holographic microglitter again, and green and blue flakies that also appear metallic within the bottle and on the nail. This color is amazing and dark and fits Voldemort perfectly, both characters colors truly do.
Overall both polishes are absolutely gorgeous and if you haven’t joined the Glam Polish Fans group on Facebook yet, then I highly encourage you to do so and to check these shades out as they are limited edition and when the batches run out they’re usually gone. Rachel really goes above and beyond on these and always creates something beautiful for us and she did so amazingly well here, purely capturing the characters essence in these polishes.