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Morgan Taylor Watch Your Step, Sister!

Today, thanks to a recent order from HB Beauty Bar, I've got one of the latest polishes from new-to-me brand Morgan Taylor! From the Cinderella Collection... Watch Your Step, Sister!

Watch Your Step, Sister! by Morgan Taylor

Morgan Taylor Watch Your Step Sister

Cinderella Collection Watch Your Step, Sister

Morgan Taylor Watch Your Step Sister

Morgan Taylor Cinderella Collection Pink Creme

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats Morgan Taylor Watch Your Step, Sister!
2 Coats SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

I've oohed and ahhed over some Morgan Taylor polishes in the past, but not really enough to warrant purchasing a bottle. It's not readily available for pickup anywhere near me, so that was definitely a deterrent. Until the Cinderella Collection...

I saw a few posts about the collection, and this gorgeous pink creme stuck in my mind. So, when I was going a little nuts ordering polishes from HB Beauty, I thought it would be the perfect time to throw in a bottle and try out the brand.

Watch Your Step, Sister is a really punchy mid-toned pink. I seriously love this shade of pink. It's got a little hint of coral to it, but only enough to warm it up. Thankfully, it's nothing that takes it over into actual coral/peach/orange territory.

The formula on this polish was a little thicker than what I'm used to. Application was good, once I got the hang of the brush. It's a little thicker than I'm used to, so I had a little flooding on the first go around and had to start over. The brush holds a lot of polish, so I found that a light hand worked better. I also tried to make sure to have as little extra polish on the brush stem as I could.

For my photos... I used 3 coats and still had a little patchiness. Nothing that 2 coats of clear couldn't handle, though. This polish settles nicely, which I figured it would. Thicker polishes usually do.

Overall, I really like this mani. The color is perfect for both Spring and Summer, and should work nicely with Escar-Go To France, once it comes out! For now though, I'm really hoping the prompt I pull tonight will work with Watch Your Step, Sister for Fishbowl Friday Numero 26. We'll see, we'll see!



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