Today I have some swatches of the Mademoiselle 2.0 collection from Sincerely Polish. I pre-ordered this collection because of the gorgeous swatches Karen posted on Instagram. The colors looked so delicate and jelly-like, I couldn’t help but purchase the collection! I got minis because I have too many polishes and I know I won’t be able to get through an entire bottle of polish (unless it’s white or black). For the most part, these polishes applied easily. I’ve made a note if there were any issues. My favorites from the collection are Maria Veronica and Mia!
You can purchase the Mademoiselle 2.0 collection from Sincerely Polish on Storenvy.
From Sincerely Polish, Marie Joyce is a “delicate soft mint green crelly filled with a gorgeous blend of pink, teal and white hex glitters, micro silver and teal glitters, and holographic teal glitters.” I really enjoy mint green polishes and the glitter in it made it more fun!
This is three coats and a topcoat.
From Sincerely Polish, Marvi is a “gorgeous sky blue crelly polish with white, pink, and dark blue hexes, ice blue bars, micro teal and silver glitters, and pink circle glitters.” This was a really easy polish to apply; I didn’t have to fish for glitter at all!
This swatch is three coats over Sephora Jacuzzi and a topcoat.
From Sincerely Polish, Maria Veronica is a “lovely pale pink crelly filled with a cutesy blend of light pink hearts, lavender and pink circle glitters and small purple glitters.” The pink and purple combination of this polish is really pretty and very girly.
This swatch is two coats over Sephora Sweet Candy and a topcoat.
From Sincerely Polish, Mia is a “gorgeous lavender crelly polish that features a beautiful blend of pink and purple glitters, small white hex glitters and micro silver glitters.” Mia applied fairly easily, but I did do some brush swirling to make sure I was getting lots of glitters.
This swatch is three coats and a topcoat.
From Sincerely Polish, Mariel is a “delicate white jelly polish with baby blue, mint and peach circle glitters, mint square glitters, and baby pink hex glitters.” For me, this is was sold the collection. I desperately wanted to try this polish because it just looked so delicate and colorful all at the same time!
In my opinion, Mariel was the hardest to apply. I did a lot of swirling for glitters. I did two different swatches for Mariel. The first swatch didn’t come out the way that I feel in love with it. For the first set of swatches, I’m wearing three coats and a topcoat. For the second set of swatches, I’m wearing a white undercoat plus three coats and a topcoat.