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SquareHue Decades Collection 06.15 1950s is cool!

I love this month’s installment from the monthly subscription service, SquareHue! Bright, happy and vibrant high gloss cremes take us down memory lane to the 1950s. It was such a happy time with many firsts of the century. Disneyland opened in 1955, Elvis was king, and Alaska joined the USA in 1959. The post war boom brought about many new technologies. What a great time! But enough of the history lesson, let’s take a look at these babies!

SquareHue Decades Collection for 06.15 is 1950s. Brilliant selection of high gloss cremes SH! From left: Palm Springs 1950, Belair 1957 and Sock Hop 1958.
SquareHue Decades Collection for 06.15 is 1950s. Brilliant selection of high gloss cremes SH! From left: Palm Springs 1950, Belair 1957 and Sock Hop 1958.

First up is Palm Springs 1950!

Palm Springs 1950 is a bright but not quite neon green. Although is starts out streaky, 3 thin coats is all it takes for a perfect finish.
Palm Springs 1950 is a bright but not quite neon green. Although is starts out streaky, 3 thin coats is all it takes for a perfect finish.

I want to clear something up while we are discussing the Palm Springs shade. It is not a dupe for 04.14’s Beethoven Straat. See below.

I had to bring something to light. Since swatches and bottle shots have begun to appear on blogs and social media, I've noticed a bit of discussion about these two polishes. Some have complained that Palm Springs from the Decades collection for June is simply a renamed dupe for Beethoven Straat from April 2014. Nope! As you can see here and on my nail swatches, both are indeed light nearly neon green. However, Beethoven Straat is a bit of a milkier formula giving it a creamier appearance and lighter as well. Palm Springs is a deeper version of Beethoven Straat and not as milky. Clearly two different polishes. No dupes here.
I had to bring something to light. Since swatches and bottle shots have begun to appear on blogs and social media, I’ve noticed a bit of discussion about these two polishes. Some have complained that Palm Springs from the Decades collection for June is simply a renamed dupe for Beethoven Straat from April 2014. Nope! As you can see here and on my nail swatches, both are indeed light nearly neon green. However, Beethoven Straat is a bit of a milkier formula giving it a creamier appearance and lighter as well. Palm Springs is a deeper verion of Beethoven Straat and not as milky. Clearly two different polishes. No dupes here.
There is a difference on the nail as well. You can see here, with three coats each, Beethoven Straat and Palm Springs dry to a glossy shine.
There is a difference on the nail as well. You can see here, with three coats each, Beethoven Straat and Palm Springs dry to a glossy shine.

Now that we have that out-of-the-way, let’s move on to Bel Air 1957.

Bel Air 1957 is a creamy sky blue with a super glossy finish. These kinds of blue get my motor runnin'!
Bel Air 1957 is a creamy sky blue with a super glossy finish. These kinds of blue get my motor runnin’!

Finally, here is Sock Hop 1958. I want to disclose that I never got to go to one because I was only 3 years old at the time πŸ˜‰

Sock Hop 1958 is a bubblegum pink and such a glorious shine it will make you want to dance and shout! Each shade I used three coats but this one seems a bit more pigmented and you could get away with two.
Sock Hop 1958 is a bubblegum pink and such a glorious shine it will make you want to dance and shout! Each shade I used three coats but this one seems a bit more pigmented and you could get away with two.

Final thoughts. I love this collection even though they were all the same finish. When they are this glossy and fabulous, I say bring ’em on! All were on the thin side, but no pooling. I used three coats with each although the Sock Hop seemed a bit thicker and more pigments. You could get by with two.

Come back in July for my next SH post on the 07.15 collection, 1960s. They ship out on the 1st of the month!

Subscription price for SquareHue is $14.99/mo +Shipping and Handling out of Miami, Florida. Subbies can choose immediate monthly deliveries or suspend/skip months as they wish. There are other new incentives, see the web site for details.

http://www.squarehue.com. You can also hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest.

helpdesk@squarehue.com

SquareHue is focusing their HueGive donations from portions of their proceeds to the prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and the prosecution of human traffickers. Five-free. Vegan-Friendly. Cruelty-Free. Made in the USA.

Ph 305.767.3225
8770 Sunset Dr., STE 342
Miami, FL 33173

**This collection was sent to me for review purposes and all opinions are my own.

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SquareHue visits the 1940 in the 05.15 collection

I’m back with the 1940s collection from SquareHue for May 2015! Again, and please forgive me for sounding like a broken record, but SH polishes are notoriously buttery formulas. On each of these polishes this month I painted two coats. The formulas are easy to paint, and very self leveling. Let’s take a look!

So much to love here. The 1940 collection for 5.15 brings us to the era around WWII. From Left: shimmery Sorcerer's Hat 1940; high gloss creme in War Hero 1945; and Mambo 1948, a high gloss creme.
So much to love here. The 1940 collection for 5.15 brings us to the era around WWII. From Left: shimmery Sorcerer’s Hat 1940; high gloss creme in War Hero 1945; and Mambo 1948, a high gloss creme.

I repeat, I LOVE the square bottles. Storing these collections is a breeze and the labels on the backs are brilliant!

What a colorful way to celebrate a turbulent time in our history!
What a colorful way to celebrate a turbulent time in our history!

First swatch is Sorcerer’s Hat. What a glorious, non-staining blue shimmer!

Sorcerer's Hat in honor of that little mouse that wears many hats, namely his master's hat!
Sorcerer’s Hat in honor of that little mouse that wears many hats, namely his master’s hat!

Salute to War Hero!

War Hero is a warm, vibrant mustard yellow creme that is so glossy. 2 coats here.
War Hero is a warm, vibrant mustard yellow creme that is so glossy. 2 coats here.

Ahh, Mambo! Get your towering fruit hats on girls! Time to do the Mambo. πŸ˜‰

Mambo is a feisty chili red creme that is the perfect buttery formula. 2 coats.
Mambo is a fiesty chili red creme that is the most perfect buttery formula. 2 coats.

Come back in June for my next SH post on the 06.15 collection, 1950s. They ship out on the 1st of the month!

Subscription price for SquareHue is $14.99/mo +Shipping and Handling out of Miami, Florida. Subbies can choose immediate monthly deliveries or suspend/skip months as they wish. There are other new incentives, see the web site for details.

http://www.squarehue.com. You can also hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest.

helpdesk@squarehue.com

SquareHue is focusing their HueGive donations from portions of their proceeds to the prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and the prosecution of human traffickers. Five-free. Vegan-Friendly. Cruelty-Free. Made in the USA.

Ph 305.767.3225
8770 Sunset Dr., STE 342
Miami, FL 33173

**This collection was sent to me for review purposes and all opinions are my own.

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SquareHue Decades Collection: 1920…times are achangin’

I just knew the March SquareHue box was going to be glamorous and edgy. I was right! I could easily see these three shades in any speakeasy. From a time when women ditched their corsets, bobbed their locks and took up smoking, fashion took a huge leap. Let check out these fabulous shades and formulas from SquareHue, the subscription box that gives back.

SquareHue Decades Collection: 1920 for 3.15 brings us the roaring 20s inspired shades. Full of glitz and glamour, the three shades would truly be loved by any flapper! From left/top/bottom: Art & Deco 1925, a copper shimmer; Style & Speed 1921 is a silver micro glitter; and the delicate Cocktails & Cigarettes, a shear pearl with teal flash.
SquareHue Decades Collection: 1920 for 3.15 brings us the roaring 20s inspired shades. Full of glitz and glamour, the three shades would truly be loved by any flapper! From left/top/bottom: Art & Deco 1925, a copper shimmer; Style & Speed 1921 is a silver micro glitter; and the delicate Cocktails & Cigarettes, a shear pearl with teal flash.

First we have Cocktails & Cigarettes 1920. It’s a blushing duotoned topper, or shear polish, that flashes teal and is especially stunning over other shades!

Cocktails & Cigarettes 1920 is anything but unladylike, but considering the fashion was often braless, shear and a bit unconventional, it's the perfect topper seen here over black and white! It turns black into a shimmery teal and white into a peach chiffon shimmer. It's the bee's knees! On the pinky finger it's on it's own in 3 coats then accented with a dotticure of black and white, then topped with C & C.
Cocktails & Cigarettes 1920 is anything but unladylike, but considering the fashion was often braless, shear and a bit unconventional, it’s the perfect topper seen here over black and white! It turns black into a shimmery teal and white into a peach chiffon shimmer. It’s the bee’s knees! On the pinky finger it’s on it’s own in 3 coats then accented with a dotticure of black and white, then topped with C & C.

Next up on the dance floor is Style & Speed 1921. It’s a glossy mirror like silver micro glitter that will knock your socks off!

Style & Speed 1921 is ready to ride! It's a glossy mirror like finish with lots of flash. Shown here in 2 coats and accented with the coppery shimmer called Art & Deco 1925.
Style & Speed 1921 is ready to ride! It’s a glossy mirror like finish with lots of flash. Shown here in 2 coats and accented with the coppery shimmer called Art & Deco 1925.

And but certainly not least, Art & Deco 1925. A Copper shimmer with an impeccable formula, dries fast a and a 2-coater.

Art & Deco 1925 was the dawn of the Art Deco era where flappers did pretty much what they wanted, dancing the Charleston was all the rage and style went from fussy to fabulous.
Art & Deco 1925 was the dawn of the Art Deco era where flappers did pretty much what they wanted, dancing the Charleston was all the rage and style went from fussy to fabulous.

That’s it for this month’s collection from SquareHue. I can’t wait to see what the glamorous 30s has to offer!

Stay tuned for my next SH post on the 04.15 collection, 1930s. They ship out on the 1st of the month!

Subscription price for SquareHue is $14.99/mo +Shipping and Handling out of Miami, Florida. Subbies can choose immediate monthly deliveries or suspend/skip months as they wish. There are other new incentives, see the web site for details.

http://www.squarehue.com. You can also hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest.

helpdesk@squarehue.com

SquareHue is focusing their HueGive donations from portions of their proceeds to the prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and the prosecution of human traffickers. Five-free. Vegan-Friendly. Cruelty-Free. Made in the USA.

Ph 305.767.3225
8770 Sunset Dr., STE 342
Miami, FL 33173

**This collection was sent to me for review purposes and all opinions are my own.

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02.15 (1910) trio from SquareHue Decades Collection

I’m finally getting caught up with my blog posts after a short hiatus. I still posted while on vacation in Texas but boy did the work pile up for me while I was gone! It’s my pleasure to show you the February 2015 box from SquareHue. I’m loving this Decades Collection boxes so far. This box brings us to the 1910s, with Tunic 1910, Kewpies 1912 and War Crinoline 1915. The War Crinoline style was the thing and Kewpie dolls came from the creative mind of Rose O’Neil. Kewpie dolls, that little naked, cherub faced baby doll made it’s way onto the scene in comic strips in 1909. Eventually the dolls would be coveted by little children everywhere, usually found as small prizes at carnivals and boardwalks. I have a small collection packed away somewhere. Not that I’m that old, but my mom started me collecting them as antiques. And the popular tunic style dress was all the rage during the Great War. More of a tubular shape dress, they seemed to create an illusion of whispier figures, and less pronounced curviness of the previous decades of fashion. It was also a way to cut back the extravagant dressing which helped the war effort. Enough of the history lesson and onto the polishes!

The 2.15 1910 set of The Decades Collection from left, Tunic, Kewpie and War Crinoline.
The 2.15 1910 set of The Decades Collection from left, Tunic, Kewpie and War Crinoline.

Tunic is a gorgeous color. It’s a soft peach creme and great on just about every skin tone.

Tunic is a gorgeous peach creme, that although I love the color and the outcome, it took 4 surprisingly sheer coats to get here. Well worth it though!
Tunic is a gorgeous peach creme, that although I love the color and the outcome, it took 4 surprisingly sheer coats to get here. Well worth it though!

Kewpie is that soft pink that goes great any time of year. I wasn’t sure with my pale winter skin how it would look, but I think it looks pretty nice!

Kewpie was nearly as sheer at Tunic, but this only took 3 coats. I love this kind of gently pink.
Kewpie was nearly as sheer at Tunic, but this only took 3 coats. I love this kind of gently pink.

Keeping with the wartime theme, War Crinoline is a very versatile green, on the cool side and goes perfectly with the other shades in this ensemble.

Here is War Crinoline, a cool army green creme. 2 smooth coats, the best formula of this trio. I used both Kewpie and Tunic on the accent nail.
Here is War Crinoline, a cool army green creme. 2 smooth coats, the best formula of this trio. I used both Kewpie and Tunic on the accent nail.

That’s it for this month’s collection from SquareHue. I can’t wait to see what the roaring 20s has to offer! It’s sure to be exciting!

Stay tuned for my next SH post on the 03.15 collection, 1920. They ship out on the 1st of the month, like clockwork!

Subscription price for SquareHue is $14.99/mo +Shipping and Handling out of Miami, Florida. Subbies can choose immediate monthly deliveries or suspend/skip months as they wish. There are other new incentives, see the web site for details.

http://www.squarehue.com. You can also hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest.

helpdesk@squarehue.com

SquareHue is focusing their HueGive donations from portions of their proceeds to the prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and the prosecution of human traffickers. Five-free. Vegan-Friendly. Cruelty-Free. Made in the USA.

Ph 305.767.3225
8770 Sunset Dr., STE 342
Miami, FL 33173

**This collection was sent to me for review purposes and all opinions are my own.

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SquareHue Decades Collection 1900 for 01.15

I’m so excited to present my review of the 2015 Decades collections for SquareHue. They’ve started out with a bang and some pretty buttery smooth shades with the January box, 1900. I love how the included description cards now have a swatch box that you can apply a sample of it’s corresponding shade. There is even enough room for a notation of how many coats you need for each shade. And on the back of the card there is a paragraph of history to give you a sense of what that decade was like. Very clever! Let’s take a look.

SquareHue presents the beginning of what looks like to be a fabulous year of the 2015 Decades Collection. 1900 is the collection for 01.15 with Gibson Girl, First Flight and Victorian End.
SquareHue presents the beginning of what looks like to be a fabulous year of the 2015 Decades Collection. 1900 is the collection for 01.15 with Gibson Girl, First Flight and Victorian End.

Here is the first shade, Gibson Girl, which applied in full opacity in two buttery smooth coats. The first coat had me a bit concerned as it was a bit streaky, but it leveled out quickly, and the second coat brought it all together. I used the two other shades for the accent nail just for fun.

Gibson Girl is a delicate mauvey rose in a high gloss creme. 1900 was the heyday of the Gibson girl fashion with it's fluffy topknots and broach clipped high collar lace blouses.
Gibson Girl is a delicate mauvey rose in a high gloss creme. 1900 was the heyday of the Gibson girl fashion with it’s fluffy topknots and broach clipped high collar lace blouses.

Reminiscent (and this is what this year’s collections are all about, reminiscing) of the dawn of human flight, First Flight is a nice pale grey. 2015 does seem to be the year of greys and this one is very palatable.

First Flight is a high gloss creme with a hint of shimmer. This is three coats and applies buttery smooth. This one celebrates the launch of the Wright bros. flying machine on December 17, 1903.
First Flight is a high gloss creme with a hint of shimmer. This is three coats and applies buttery smooth. This one celebrates the launch of the Wright brothers’ flying machine on December 17, 1903.

Last we have Victorian End. With the death of UK’s Queen Victoria in 1901, the world would soon see itself at war only 13 post. Fashion and attitude did find itself skipping across the pond to the United States and we truly saw the end of the Victorian age. But enough of history! Here is a pleasant purple so named for the Victorian End.

Victorian End is a high gloss creme with a hint, just a tiny one of shimmer. 1909 was to mark the end of the innocent era.
Victorian End is a high gloss creme with a hint, just a tiny one of shimmer. 1909 was to mark the end of the innocent era.

Stay tuned for my next SH post on the 02.15 collection, 1910.

Subscription price for SquareHue is $14.99/mo +Shipping and Handling out of Miami, Florida. Subbies can choose immediate monthly deliveries or suspend/skip months as they wish. There are other new incentives, see the web site for details.

http://www.squarehue.com. You can also hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest.

helpdesk@squarehue.com

SquareHue is focusing their HueGive donations from portions of their proceeds to the prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and the prosecution of human traffickers.

Ph 305.767.3225
8770 Sunset Dr., STE 342
Miami, FL 33173

**This collection was sent to me for review purposes and all opinions are my own.

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Water marble tutorial using SquareHue’s Prague (11.14) Collection!

I’ve been pretty much avoiding water marbling like the plague lately. Not because I don’t like it. I LOVE the look! But cleanup can be a bit of a challenge and for my blog, I do take closeups! I have noticed a popular method for prepping messy manis such as water marbling and sponge gradients, using liquid latex type protectants. In the past, I’ve used school glue, tape (yuck) and petroleum jelly. All have their merits, but not enough to make me want to pursue these designs on a regular basis. I am not personally allergic to latex, so no problemo. But if you are, there are some online liquid rubber “type” protectants that are now latex-free! So, on with the tutorial and the finished project. Here is the collection I used for this mani.

The Prague Collection (11.14) by SquareHue. On the left is the base color I used for the accent nail that I marbleized. It's called Parizska. It's a pinky concrete grey with silver glitter flecks. The top raisin shaded shimmer is called Vaclavske Namesti. The glossy sage green creme is called Na Prikope.
The Prague Collection (11.14) by Square Hue. On the left is the base color I used for the accent nail that I marbleized. It’s called Parizska. It’s a pinky concrete grey with silver glitter flecks. The top raisin shaded shimmer is called Vaclavske Namesti. The glossy sage green creme is called Na Prikope.

Each photo explains the steps so I shall just dispense with each photo in succession.

1. PREPARE & PROTECT: You can use any number of latex protectants that are widely available for general body art use. There are also tinted options on the specifically for nail art cleanup. This one I picked up at a party supply store dries clear. They all dry quickly, smell funky, and peel off easily. For watermarbling and sponging manis, I have also used petroleum jelly, Elmer's Glue and tape. Liquid latex seems to be the easiest.
1. PREPARE & PROTECT: You can use any number of latex protectants that are widely available for general body art use. There are also tinted options on the specifically for nail art cleanup. This one I picked up at a party supply store dries clear. They all dry quickly, smell funky, and peel off easily. For watermarbling and sponging manis, I have also used petroleum jelly, Elmer’s Glue and tape. Liquid latex seems to be the easiest.

2. Base color. You can see that the liquid latex has dried to a clear finish on the skin. Using an eye defining brush you can get really close to the cuticle making cleanup a breeze. I used Parizska from the SquareHue Prague (11.14) collection.
2. Base color. You can see that the liquid latex has dried to a clear finish on the skin. Using an eye defining brush you can get really close to the cuticle making cleanup a breeze. I used Parizska from the SquareHue Prague (11.14) collection.

3. Open bottles of the polishes you've chosen to marble with, 2 or more colors. Have a cup of cool water at the ready.
3. Open bottles of the polishes you’ve chosen to marble with, 2 or more colors. Have a cup of cool water at the ready.

4. Starting in the center (no exact science here as you can see how offset mine ended up!), drip one drop of alternating polishes as directly over the middle of the previous drop as many layers as you wish.
4. Starting in the center (no exact science here as you can see how offset mine ended up!), drip one drop of alternating polishes as directly over the middle of the previous drop as many layers as you wish.

5. Pull from the center ring out to the sides in any direction of your choice, gently with a toothpick. Do not roll, if you do, see the result (UPPER RIGHT CORNER) it can pull too much of the polish layers. Oh well, it's modern art anyway! ;-)
5. Pull from the center ring out to the sides in any direction of your choice, gently with a toothpick. Do not roll, if you do, see the result (UPPER RIGHT CORNER) it can pull too much of the polish layers. Oh well, it’s modern art anyway! πŸ˜‰

6. Bend fingernail facing straight level of the water and dip slowly. With the other hand take cotton swabs and gently roll around the perimeter of the unused polish rings pulling up remaining polish. Set aside and lift finger up.
6. Bend fingernail facing straight level of the water and dip slowly. With the other hand take cotton swabs and gently roll around the perimeter of the unused polish rings pulling up remaining polish. Set aside and lift finger up.

7. After releasing the finger from the cleaned up water, you'll see the design on the nail. Let dry about a minute. No fear, that messy finger will be cleaned up easily.
7. After releasing the finger from the cleaned up water, you’ll see the design on the nail. Let dry about a minute. No fear, that messy finger will be cleaned up easily.

8. I know this looks hopeless if you've not tried this. And I am still practicing. But when you're confident the nail is dry enough, start peeling!
8. I know this looks hopeless if you’ve not tried this. And I am still practicing. But when you’re confident the nail is dry enough, start peeling!

9. No, that's not skin! LOL that's the liquid latex I'm pulling away with tweezers. SO easy!
9. No, that’s not skin! LOL that’s the liquid latex I’m pulling away with tweezers. SO easy!

10. Topcoat with your choice of clear, glitter, even 18k gold! I used the one by Sephora by OPI. The colors in this collection by Square Hue were so earthy and "old world" I thought the gold would really set it off.
10. Topcoat with your choice of clear, glitter, even 18k gold! I used the one by Sephora by OPI. The colors in this collection by Square Hue were so earthy and “old world” I thought the gold would really set it off.

So although there are a kazillion water marble techniques out there and a kazillion more tutorials, I wanted to share my experience with you. You know how it is. You watch a bunch of Youtube videos and read that many more blogs, then come up with what works best for you. The look of this one is subtle and using these muted shades, I think it has a certain antiquey European charm. Here is the finished project!

The finished look!
The finished look!

For 2015 SquareHue will be featuring their Decades Collections beginning in January. Shipments have already begun and are landing in mailboxes as we speak. January’s collection is called 1900 (01.15). I haven’t received mine yet but the colors look beautiful from images I’ve spied on Instagram! So Victorian πŸ™‚

Subscription price for SquareHue is $14.99/mo +Shipping and Handling out of Miami, Florida. Subbies can choose immediate monthly deliveries or suspend/skip months as they wish. There are other new incentives, see the web site for details.

http://www.squarehue.com. You can also hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest.

helpdesk@squarehue.com

SquareHue is focusing their HueGive donations from portions of their proceeds to the prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and the prosecution of human traffickers.

Ph 305.767.3225
8770 Sunset Dr., STE 342
Miami, FL 33173

This collection was sent to me for review purposes and all opinions are my own.

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Squarehue 12.14 Collection, Rovaniemi! Perfect December ensemble

Things are finally settling down around here! We’ve already had our family Christmas party and all the family has gone home. So now I’m back to swatching and posting! You already know I love Squarehue, but this particular collection gets straight As.

Rovaniemi 12.14 collection from is a great Collection. Well done  Squarehue! From the left, Joulupukin Pajakyla, Sampokeskus and Revontuli.
Rovaniemi 12.14 collection from is a great Collection. Well done Squarehue! From the left, Joulupukin Pajakyla, Sampokeskus and Revontuli.
This gorgeous shimmery red is Joulupukin Pajakyla from the Squarehue 12.14 Collection, Rovaniemi! The formula is perfect, two smooth buttery coats! Nail art on my ring finger was done using the two other shades from the collection, golden textured Sampokeskus and the evergreen shimmer matte is Revontuli.
This gorgeous shimmery red is Joulupukin Pajakyla from the Squarehue 12.14 Collection, Rovaniemi! The formula is perfect, two smooth buttery coats! Nail art on my ring finger was done using the two other shades from the collection, golden textured Sampokeskus and the evergreen shimmer matte is Revontuli.
Another mani from the Squarehue 12.14 Collection, Rovaniemi! This golden textured polish is easy to use, and it's called Sampokeskus. The formula is perfect, two very opaque, quick drying coats! Nail art on my ring finger was done using the two other shades from the collection, golden textured Sampokeskus and the evergreen shimmer matte is Revontuli.
Another mani from the Squarehue 12.14 Collection, Rovaniemi! This golden textured polish is easy to use, and it’s called Sampokeskus. The formula is perfect, two very opaque, quick drying coats! Nail art on my ring finger was done using the two other shades from the collection, golden textured Sampokeskus and the evergreen shimmer matte is Revontuli.
This matte green has a slight shimmer and it's called Revontuli. The formula is again, perfect, one very opaque, quick drying coat!
This matte green has a slight shimmer and it’s called Revontuli. The formula is again, perfect, one very opaque, quick drying coat!

I am over the moon happy with this collection. I can’t wait to see what’s coming our way in 2015 with the Decades Collections beginning in January.

Subscription price for Square Hue is $14.99/mo +Shipping and Handling out of Miami, Florida. Subbies can choose immediate monthly deliveries or suspend/skip months as they wish.

http://www.squarehue.com. You can also hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest.

helpdesk@squarehue.com

Square Hue is focusing their HueGive donations from portions of their proceeds to the prevention awareness, protection of trafficked victims and the prosecution of human traffickers.

Ph 305.767.3225
8770 Sunset Dr., STE 342
Miami, FL 33173

This collection was sent to me for review purposes and all opinions are my own.