I’m a few months late for Star Wars Day, but I recently purchased three polishes from Rainbow Polish’s awesome Star Wars collection, so I thought I’d do a big post with all three!
First up is Yo-Duh!
Yo-Duh! is a green-tinted jelly with large pale green glitter, tiny black glitter, and bright green squares. The green color in the base is barely there, which I actually like, because you could probably make this work over almost any color. Plus, it’s not streaky, so it’s easy to layer over contrasting colors, which doesn’t often work well with polishes like this. I do have to say that the base was kind of watery, but not too bad. Surprisingly, the green squares were the hardest to get out of the bottle.
This is two coats of Yo-Duh! over OPI Jade is the New Black. I did have to dab a little glitter into some bald spots to even it out. I think this would look awesome over black!
Next up is my favorite: Trooper (as in Storm Trooper).
Everyone loves black and white glitter, right? I have a reasonable collection of them myself. And so far, Trooper might just be my favorite. I love the ratio of black to white: tons of white (in different shapes and sizes) with just a touch of black. But I really love the tiny iridescent flakes! They really had something special. I wish I had a bottle of just baby flakies that I can wear with everything!
Shown is one coat of Trooper over Essie Butler, Please?
And finally, we have B-Fett (named after Boba Fett).
I really love this one, too! It’s a very interesting combination of colors, and very reminiscent of Boba Fett’s uniform. B-Fett is a sheer gray base (a little thicker and more pigmented than Yo-Duh!) with teal, light blue, white, and yellow glitters. I really love the effect the colors have all together – it reminds me of a rainy day. P.S. Can I just say how much I love sheer matte glitter? So pretty!
This was two coats of B-Fett over Sephora by OPI Frankly, I Don’t Give A-dam. Again, I had to place some of the glitter to even it out.
I picked my favorites, but there are eight polishes total in the Rainbow Polish Star Wars Collection. I might pick up a few more (probably Artoo), but I am very happy with my picks!
You can purchase these and more in Rainbow Polish’s Etsy shop!