Mi Amor Polish Winter Collection | Swatches & Review

Happy Black Friday, Lacquerbeanz!

I hope you all had a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving! =) I sure did!

Today I have the full Winter Collection from a new-to-me indie brand: Mi Amor Polish.

This collection consists of five cute glitter toppers you can pick up just in time for the holidays! So you don't have to read the same thing five times, I will state this up front: I was really impressed with the formulae of all of these polishes. It had a great consistency, which made it very easy to spread on the nail! Overly thick glitter toppers are a pet peeve of mine, and I am happy to report all of these were great! =)

First up is Sleigh Ride: a mix of red, green, white and black glitters ranging in shape in size. The glitters came out nicely on the brush; I had to fish for one or two of the larger glitters, but I'm sure that is the result of my mini bottle. You should be good with the full size! Swatches below show one coat of Sleigh Ride over Tillie Polish Midnight Soiree.

Next is Snow Globe: a gorgeous mix of iridescent glitters in different shapes and sizes. This one would definitely look great over any color! Swatches show one coat of Snow Globe over Tillie Polish Enchanted.

Next I have Christmas Eve: a mix of red and green glitters ranging in size and shape. I love the way this one looks over white (Essie Marshmallow)!

Next is Santa Claus: a mix of big and small red glitters combined with holographic silver glitters. It reminds me of Santa's hat. (the one with sparkles, OBVIOUSLY!) Shown below is one coat of Santa Claus over Sally Hansen Pink A Card.

The last polish in the Winter Collection is Let It Snow: a gorgeous mix of turquoise, white, and iridescent glitters in different shapes and sizes. I LOVE the blue diamond glitters! Swatches below show one coat of Let It Snow over Catrice En Vogue.

Mi Amor Polish did an excellent job with this collection of glitter toppers. Which ones are you going to pick up?


  1. Lovely polishes! I especially liked Snow Globe and Let it Snow. Probably cause im in Australia and don't get snow and have a HOT Xmas.