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Mani Monday – Nail Hoot Indie Lacquers All Your Space are Belong to Us

May 24, 2021

At least once a week, I am blessed to receive some sort of free product in the mail in exchange for my review. Normally, I am notified that something is coming, so I am excited when it comes, just not surprised. However, when I opened this package from @nailhoot (a brand I hadn’t tried, but was on my wish list!), it was completely unexpected, so my joy was through the roof! The owner, Brandie Collins, sent me three (3) nail polishes and I’m showing you the first of those today!

What’s on my nails:
🔘 Base coat: @orly Bonder ($10 for .6 ounces –
🔘 Color: @nailhoot All Your Space are Belong to Us ($9.75 for .51 ounces –
⚫️ Described as a “a deep midnight blue-to-teal-to purple shifting multichrome base with a hefty dash of extra sparkly scattered holo”
🔘 Top coat: @sechenails Dry Fast Top Coat ($9.95 for .5 ounces –

More about @nailhoot:
“Our mission is to provide a vast array of fun, unique, beautiful, durable, 5-free handmade polishes that are affordable. Plus we include a splash of adorable owls in every order.

We also offer handmade nail care products, stamping and nail art supplies, and one-of-a-kind hand painted nail polish jewelry.

We are a home-based business located near St. Louis, MO.”

My verdict?
As you may have noticed, I am really into shades like this, so choosing it as my first @nailhoot nail polish to try out was a no-brainer! However, this one is more special than I even expected it to be! Such a beautiful shade with an incredible amount of sparkle and dimension! I first applied it on Saturday and have experienced zero chipping. I also enjoyed the brush and the formula. I am definitely looking forward to trying the other two (2) I was sent and then more in the future!

FYI, I receive a small commission when you shop via some of the links listed above. There is no additional cost to you, but it supports me and my blog and I greatly appreciate it!

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