Prism Polish UK Tank Girl Collection

Wow, posting two days in a row?! I’m on a roll! Actually, I just have TONS of stuff to share with you guys. In the last couple of weeks I had some personal stuff going on that kind of slowed me down but all is good now so I have a backlog of swatches and fun stuff. Not to mention that PPU is  coming next week and I have a few PPU pretties to share with you early next week. So today I am sharing with you another fun collection! The Prism Polish UK Tank Girl Collection was created in collaboration with @lil_nail_fiend from instagram and it’s full of some really stunning shades. Let’s take a look at my swatches below.

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Tank Baby

Tank baby is a fluorescent neon coral filled with pink shimmer and colour shifting flakies.

“Tank baby is due to Tank Girl craziness in that she had a baby with Booga, her kangaroo lover… I figured their baby would be as bright and bouncy as she is!”.

 

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Sunflower

Sunflower is a fluorescent neon yellow filled with subtle blue shimmer and colour shifting flakies.

“Get your grooviest Tank Girl goggles on because this is like looking directly into the sun, flower”

 

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Dig The Slowness

Dig the slowness is a vermilion orange red to fluorescent neon orange thermal reactive polish with tiny gold sparkles.

“Dig the slowness is the perfect polish to emulate the beautiful warm sunsets of Tank Girl’s Australian backdrop”.

 

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Sunshine In A Bag

Sunshine in a bag is a bright shimmering turquoise green filled with tiny holo sparkles.

“Jamie Hewlett, the (now) artist of Tank Girl also did the artwork for The Gorillaz, so this polish is a nod to their song Clint Eastwood”.

 

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

What The Foosh?

What the foosh? is a jewel toned bright cobalt filled with pink shimmer and holo flakies.

“In real life Tank Girl certainly wouldn’t use the word Foosh, but due to censorship in the comics, it ended up being her go-to cuss word”.

 

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Prism Polish UK Tank Girl

Booga

Booga is a khaki green filled with gold/green shifting shimmer.

“Named for Tank Girl’s army fatigue wearing kangaroo lover, Booga is the most perfect colour that I think will suit any skintone”.

 

Sadly, I am not familiar at all with Tank Girl and the inspiration behind this collection, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t appreciate the beauty of these polishes. When I first put on Dig The Slowness, I swear I was mesmerized by how gorgeous it is. I can honestly tell you that it’s the most stunning thermal I have ever worn in my life! It’s literally like fire on my nails.  This polish does take 3-4 coats if you want the lighter color to be completely opaque but it’s totally worth it. My other favorite in this collection is Booga because it’s one of those unusual ugly/pretty colors that we all love to have in our collections. What The Foosh? was so incredibly difficult to photograph because no matter what I did, it always came out neon blue when it’s actually more of a purple/indigo. It literally made my camera freak out! I ended up taking some pictures of it with my phone which gave me some somewhat more accurate color results.

The Prism Polish UK Tank Girl Collection is available now at color4nails.com where they retail for $14 each. Let me know if you have any favorites and if you will be picking up any of these shades. Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I will talk to you soon!

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