Hi everyone! Today’s post was a manicure I wore about a week ago. I had to make an emergency trip out of town but I took some quick pictures before I removed this and left town. 1850 Artisan Polish is a relatively new brand. She just launched in January. This is the third polish I’ve worn from her and I am really impressed! You can find this and everything else she has to offer HERE. I am not affiliated.
Hi everyone! I saw on Facebook this morning that 1850 Artisan Polish was having a specially priced Valentine’s Day Duo with two of her polishes, Santa Monica Pier and Lovely. I don’t have Lovely yet, but I do have SMP and thought, “I wonder what that would look like layered over my bright pink Shleee Polish mani from yesterday?”.
So I tried it… and I love it! I am not affiliated with 1850 Artisan Polish or Shleee Polish.
Hi everyone! Today’s manicure is from another brand new indie brand, 1850 Artisan Polish. I bought almost all of the polishes from her Debut Collection and the couple I didn’t get, I’m going to go back for!
Nikki is the maker of 1850 Artisan Polish and I asked her on Instagram how she came up with the name for her polish brand. I am paraphrasing, but she replied that she is a California girl and loves her home and that 1850 was the year that California became a state. She also mentioned that most of her polish colors are inspired by her surroundings and the people around her. I just thought you all may be interested in that little tidbit of information about this new brand.
You can find this polish and all her other offerings on her website HERE. I am not affiliated. I have a lot of photos today!