WingDust "Moonlight Sonata"

If you've read my blog in the past you'll know I'm a huge fan of WingDust Collections polishes and their creator Stephanie. Today I decided it was finally time to show you the beautiful creation that is "Moonlight Sonata." Being a piano player, I knew I just had to have this polish named after the famous Beethoven song. I even turned it on to listen to while I write up this post. :3

"Moonlight Sonata" - This polish starts with a deep black jelly base that almost leans navy in some light and is filled with piles of aqua shimmer. Then you've got some small iridescent hex glitters, several sizes of hex and square aqua glitter, some magenta hexes, as well as some flashes of royal blue and purple. 

My thoughts: Every single time I try a WingDust polish I'm not only blown away by the magical combinations of colors, shapes, and textures, but I'm always so impressed at how well the name matches whatever is in that bottle. I love the shimmery jelly base and the large glitters suspended in the layers. It's deep and somewhat murky, but the base doesn't overpower the glitters. If anything, it gives this otherwise sparkly polish a mysterious side. Like the song, it's beautiful but it also has a dark side. I opted to layer this over a black creme and I've used two thin coats for these photos. I finished it with one coat of Seche Vite.

I could keep gushing about this polish, but I think you get the idea. ;) So much love for this one. If you haven't already, go and like WingDust Collections on Facebook, follow on Instagram, and check out her store on Etsy. Thanks for reading!

*Product provided for my personal and 100% honest review!*


  1. Wow, stunning! I love it :) WingDust is a great brand, I love what she comes up with.

  2. @Kelly: Thanks! Isn't she fabulous? :D Ahh, so pretty.


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