Dry, Dammit!

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Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces

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Hello! Tonight I’m bringing you the one and only Cosmic Forces by Emily de Molly. Put simply, pretty much everyone raves about this polish and I totally understand why. For me, it was the first time I’d seen large dots in a polish when I first saw it earlier last year. Now I see dots all the time. Cosmic Forces is part of a “Forces” trio that includes Oceanic Forces and Dark Forces, which are similar in execution except with a teal / black base. But Cosmic Forces is what started it all for many.

Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces by Dry, Dammit!

Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces by Dry, Dammit!

Cosmic Forces is a dark purple jelly base with large purple holo dots, hexes and smaller pink dots. I’ll admit I did have to fish a bit for the large dots, but they were really easy to get on the brush. I’ve just used two coats with Seche and I’m super impressed with the depth of this polish – it looks like many more layers! For removal I used the foil method and it worked like a charm.

Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces by Dry, Dammit!

Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces by Dry, Dammit!

Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces by Dry, Dammit!

DETAILS

  • Where to buy: Emily de Molly
  • Cost: AU$10
  • Volume: 12ml
  • Coats to opacity: Two

I know this post is short and sweet, but there’s really not a lot to add that others have not already said about this polish. I would consider it a must-have for any glitter or purple loving polish addict, for sure. Thanks for reading!

5 thoughts on “Emily de Molly Cosmic Forces

  1. Absolutely beautiful ❀

  2. It looks like a deep, purple galaxy, it really is stunning.

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