More and more gorgeous indie alike polishes are sneaking their way onto the high street and the Polka Dots collection from Maybelline are the latest. Four polishes, three coloured and one clear base, packed full of large and small black and white glitter.
Park of the Color Show line the Polka Dots come in 4 shades Chalk Dust (black and white), Shooting Stars (blue), Rain Forest Canopy (emerald), and Speckled Pink (fuchsia). They're £2.99 each but I was lucky enough to snag mine on a buy one get one half price deal making them under £10 for all 4!
I've used a base of Lychee (thumb) and Prickly Pear (pinkie) Gelly Hi Shine polishes to show off Chalk Dust as it's a clear base unlike the other three polishes. It's also, in my eyes, the star of the collection.
It's been touted as a dupe for L'Oreal's Confetti polish which has become increasingly hard to find of late and although it's very similar Maybelline have crammed in much more glitter which makes it a total winner in my eyes.
Of the other three Speckled Pink shows off the glitter best, Rain Forest Canopy and Shooting Stars give a more subtle glitter effect.
My favourite nail from this manicure was my thumb, I just love how chalk dust looks over Lychee, like little eggs, I can't wait to try this one out over other colours, I'm thinking baby blue for starters.