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Polished by KPT March Into Spring

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Hey dolls! Today I have photos for you of the Polished by KPT March Into Spring collection. The collection features five new thermals that are bright and perfect to look at after a long, cold winter. This was my first time trying Polished by KPT and I’m very impressed. I really like the sleek bottles and matte cap. The brush is long and relatively wide, making it very easy to apply each shade. The formula on each shade was exactly the same; they had a pigmented thick jelly base that built up nicely in 2-3 coats. Each shade dried to a satin finish, so top coat was used in the photos below.

Polished by KPT Blossoming is described as a thermal polish inspired by the beautiful pink color of cherry blossom. When cold, it is a vibrant cerise color and transition to a pink coral when warm. This polish is filled with gold shimmers, pink and purple flakes and iridescent glitters. I absolutely love this shade in both states. Corals and pinks are two of my favorite shades to wear. Three coats were used for opacity.

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Polished by KPT Don’t Be Ranunculus is described as a thermal polish inspired by the ranunculus flower colors in a cranberry red (cold state) and transition to a mauve (warm state) filled with green micro flakes, pink & red shimmers. This is the shade that I did not expect to go crazy over, but I didn’t want to take it off! The color shift is amazing and the flakes and shimmer just add so much depth. Two coats were used for opacity.

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Polished by KPT Hyacinth is described as a thermal polish inspired by the vibrant blue and purple color of the hyacinth flower. When cold, it is a sapphire blue and when warm it transitioned to light amethyst color. The polish is filled with green and purple flakes and micro holographic glitters. I feel like a broken record, but I love this one too. I’m actually still wearing it as I type this post. Two coats were used for opacity.

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Polished by KPT Let’s Get Peachy is described as a thermal polish color inspired by the peach fruit and the sunshine. When cold, it is a bright yellowish orange color and transition to a shimmery peach when warm. In different angle or indirect light, you can catch the micro green glitters. The color change was very slight in this polish and it took me a few seconds before I realized that it actually changed. The base color is so pretty! Three coats were used for opacity.

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Polished by KPT Love in Bloom is described as a thermal polish that when cold is a beautiful lavender color and transitions to pink when warm that is jammed packed with micro green and purple flakes. I also wore this shade for a day. The color transition wasn’t as sensitive with my regular body temperature as with Hyacinth, but I still like it. The flakes are gorgeous. Two coats were used for opacity.

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I am really impressed with the Polished by KPT March into Spring collection! I feel like I’ve been missing out by not giving this brand a try. This collection is now available for $12 each here. Be sure to keep up with them on Instagram and Facebook for the latest news.

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