F4 Polish is one of my FAVORITES. To be honest, I have a LOT of favorites, but these girls are awesome! They sent over 2 collections for review, and I have to admit, I was overloaded with gorgeousness! I decided to put the two collections together because it just makes it easier for you to see all the beauties together so you can shop til you drop. YOU’RE WELCOME! 😉
Let’s start with Christmas in the City because I’m dying to share it with you.
Times Square Holiday is a glitter mix of black and white shreds (assuming this is from the ball dropping) and green and red glitters. So festive!! This is one coat over OPI Green-wich Village (currently MY FAVORITE greens!)
Sexy in the City is an awesome red jelly filled with hexes of Holiday colors, and it just made me reminisce my favorite show Sex and the City and remembering when Carrie goes to visit Miranda on New Year’s Eve because she’s all alone. *Ah, love!* This is 3 coats by itself with top coat.
Rockefeller is lovely! White hexes and gold holographic glitters make up this beauty. I layered this over soon-to-be discontinued Pure Ice Jaguar, and they are quite a match!
Rockettes is a white jelly base with holographic glitters, and this reminds me of piCture pOlish White Wedding because of the rainbows in it, and so if you are looking for an alternative, this could be it! This is 3 coats.
NYC Christmas Tree is one of my favorites from this collection! It’s absolutely gorgeous and does feel like topping off your nails with mini Christmas trees. Perfect for the Holidays! There are rainbow shreds (like ornaments or presents) and green glitter. This was topped off on the PERFECT green (again, I’m biased because I’m in LOVE with OPI Green-wich Village).
Miracle on 34th Street is one of those classic Holiday movies, and this one is a glitter bomb! I layered this over OPI Big Hair, Big Nails (for a change instead of going with OPI Green-wich Village AGAIN and boring you! ;)) and this was almost opaque much to my surprise. This is 2 coats over Big Hair, Big Nails.
There are also a few that don’t belong in the collection but are also Holiday-related, so let’s check those out, as well.
Christmas Wish has large red and white hexes and green glitters and looks amazing, as well. If you are a Holiday lover, then you need this one, too. What can I say? I hoard anything patriotic and Holiday-related. Layered over? You guessed it! OPI Green-wich Village.
Peppermint Stix is a fun red and white glitter with bars. I layered this over Deborah Lippmann Footloose.
Snowflakes from Heaven is stunnnnnning! I just couldn’t stop looking at this. I layered this over soon-to-be discontinued Pure Ice French Kiss.
Okay, moving on to the Magical Mouse Collection! My 14 month old son absolutely LOVES everything Mickey Mouse-related, so he sure got a kick out of this!
Mr. Mouse is an adorable polish with large red and white hexes and black glitters. I love, love, love this representation of Mickey! So adorable! I layered this over OPI Big Hair, Big Nails. I really wanted to layer this over a white jelly, but that’s for NEXT time!
Mrs. Mouse is a smaller black and white hexes with red glitters. I loved that it totally reminds me of Minnie. Would’ve been cool if they made bow-shaped glitters, and those were in here, but this will do! This is layered over Deborah Lippmann Footloose.
Mr. Duck is super cute, as well. Yellow and blue hexes totally remind me of the sweet little sailor suit Donald always wears. Layered this over Color Club Age of Aquarius.
Mrs. Duck has purple shards just like Daisy’s dress and bow. Embodies her to a tee. This was layered over Zoya Reagan.
Goof-y is an orange, blue, and silly mix of colors to showcase Goofy. Totally reminds me of him when I look at it, too!! This is over Zoya Pippa.
Plut-o is a pretty yellow and green glitter with some that are opalescent. I love that there are a few black hexes in there just like Pluto’s black wet nose! 🙂
Phew!! So.many.PRETTIES!!!! Which ones are your favorites?? ALL of them, right?!
Okay, so this is how you get them! 😉
*Product samples provided for review. All opinions are honest and my own.*