First up is Cover Girl Nail Slicks Mystic Peacock. I saw Mystic Peacock on Dana sometime last year an I fell in love! It is such a gorgeous polish. Mystic Peacock has a blackened teal base with teal shimmer throughout. SO GORGEOUS! I'm not sure how old this polish is but it's definitely from the 1990's. It has that watery, non-3-free formula that was a bit difficult to keep from flooding my cuticles. As a vintage polish lover, this is the kind of thing I expect and it didn't bother me at all. In fact, I think these watery formulas help the shimmer in polish shine through through the layers and add so much depth. Anyways, it took three coats to reach opacity.
So here's 3 coats of Cover Girl Mystic Peacock. Enjoy!
Next up is Cover Girl Mattalic Silver Violet. Silver Violet is a sueded matte silvery-purple polish. I absolutely LOVE this one. I'm not sure what year this came out but I'm guessing early-to-mid 00's. The finish reminds me of the OPI Suedes or the new Avon Suedes that recently came out. I believe this was the first brand to do something like that. In fact, Cover Girl was the very first brand to do crackle polishes back in the day. Believe it or not, Cover Girl was once at the forefront of the nail polish world. I don't even think they do nail polish anymore. Anyways, the formula was a bit tricky as most mattes can be. I had some bald spots and dragging so this took three coats to opacity. Overall, a really cool polish and I'm glad to have it in my stash!
Here's 3 coats of Cover Girl Silver Violet. Enjoy!
Thanks for stopping by today everyone! Don't forget to check out Dana's vintage Cover Girls over at Polished Claws Up! Have a fantastic Sunday!