The movie A Christmas Story is a staple in my family. Every year we would watch it in December (usually on Christmas Day), and even now that I'm married living with my own little family, I still watch this movie, every year. Not only do we all love this classic film - my mom and I were also in the stage play for community theatre years ago :) She played the Mom and I played the teacher ^_^ It was fun! We even had a Legendary, Official Red Rider 200-shot Carbine-Action Range Model Air Rifle with a compass and this thing which tells time built right into the stock ;)
So you can imagine how excited I was when Le Polish asked me to swatch her Christmas Story Trio!
Let's get to the swatches!
First up: Fra-gee-lay
Fra-gee-lay is a glowing yellow full of scattered holo, shimmer, and black flakies. I am wearing two coats in the photos above with an accent nail of a hand painted Leg Lamp, the inspiration for the polish.
Next: You'll Shoot Your Eye Out
You'll Shoot Your Eye Out is a silver holo with holographic glitters. I am wearing two coats in the photos above with a hand painted accent nail of a pair of broken glasses, from the part of the movie where Ralphie, you guessed it, shot his eye out :P
Lastly: I Can't Put My Arms Down
I Can't Put My Arms Down is a vibrant red packed with scattered holo and shimmer. I am wearing ONE coat in the photos above with a hand painted accent nail of Randy's silhouette in the infamous snowsuit his mother put him in, in such thick layers that he couldn't put his arms down :D
This trio launched today and you can purchase each polish individually or all three at a discount! Here are some links for you:
Today, for Black Friday, Le Polish also has a discount code OHFUDGE20 for 20% off your order! And if you purchase all 3 polishes in this trio, you get a FREE Limited Edition polish!! Aww yeah!
Will you be picking any of these up today??
Polishes sent to me by maker for photography purposes and a review. All opinions and experiences with the polishes are my own and my review remains 100% honest.