Glisten & Glow ~ Winter Cremes 2022

*These polishes were provided for review

Hello again! Lot’s of blogging lately. I just have so much to share! Today I have for you Glisten & Glow’s Winter Cremes. A 4 piece collection of the creamiest cremes you’ll find! Let’s check them out.

Winter Kisses & Snowflake Wishes is a light tan creme polish with taupe undertones. Jill does neutral polishes so well. I have been super into them lately and this one is no exception. It polishes so smoothly it could just polish itself. Soooo good. I used 2 thin coats for my swatches.

There’s Snow Bunny Like You is a pale lavender creme polish. I love a soft purple. So perfect for this time of year. Formula was amazing as always. I used 2 thin coats for my swatches.

Tis The Season To Be Freezin’ is a soft mint creme polish. Who doesn’t love a mint?! Mint polish is great all year round and on any skin tone. My husband has stopped buying me mints polishes lol. He thinks it’s most of what I own! Formula on this was immaculate. I used 2 thin coats for my swatches.

Mittens, Schmittens is a medium grey creme polish. This one is my favorite. I don’t know what it is about grey that attracts me but give me every. single. grey. This one I swoon. Formula is perfection. I used 2 thin coats for my swatches.

Yup, I love them. Who doesn’t need basic cremes in their collection. I used to think cremes were boring. Now I can’t get enough. The versatility, the shade range. I just want them all. And luckily Jill makes some of the best cremes you can get. The Winter Cremes will be available on November 20th at 6pm EST. Each polish will be $11 or purchase the whole collection for $42. I showed that these stamp but they also watermarble! I just suck at that lol. I hope you all have a great day and an even better rest of your week. Thanks so much for stopping by ❤

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