Eat. Sleep. Polish. – Let It Go

Having taught Kindergarten this past year, it wasn’t uncommon to hear my students spontaneous burst into song at any given point throughout the day. Hands down, their number one choice was Let It Go, from Disney’s Frozen. These kids knew every word and sang with emotion! So amazing. I’m also a big fan of Frozen, because Anna and Elsa are kickass role models for girls (and boys) everywhere… be yourself, kiddo. So, when I saw that Eat. Sleep. Polish. was releasing a polish inspired by the movie, I knew I had to have it. Once I saw the preview swatches I thought she had completely captured it. Cat says Let It Go, is inspired by the amazing Disney movie Frozen. This polish is such a pretty icy baby blue. It applies very thin, and you will need several coats depending on how opaque you want it. The polish is made with Spectraflair, micro-flakies & holographic sparkle. It must be seen in person to truly be appreciated.”

She’s right about seeing it in person. The sparkle really stands out on my fingers, and the almost iridescent flash of baby blue, along with the slight duochrome make this polish so unique and intersting… plus I swear my fingers feel a little colder wearing it.

Okay, not really, but it is gorgeous. I used 3 coats plus topcoat. It is pretty sheer and could be easily layered over another base for a new look. Versatile polish. Bonus!


In the bottle shot you can really see the microflakies and the subtle duochrome nature of the polish! In bright light, the holo really pops. In lowlight, the glitters still sparkles and shines!





There’s just so much going on with this polish, I’m really glad to have it in my hands! ESP also has snowflake nail vinyls you can use on this polish to make a truly Frozen mani… but I’m not willing to bust those out for quite a while! Find the polish, vinyls and more here. Follow ESP on Facebook to keep on top of all the news.

Happy Monday!


One thought on “Eat. Sleep. Polish. – Let It Go

  1. Pingback: Indie Polish – Frozen | Oh My Swatch!

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