I do this blog differently than some. I usually swatch a bunch of my new polish at once, take notes on each, and create an entire swatch library of photos. This allows me to have a lot of material to choose from to blog about. This is just what works for me, since I do not change my nails daily.
Anyways, in my swatch library I usually have anywhere between 30-100 nail polish swatches at any given time. What I notice happens is there are some polishes that I don't get around to reviewing for a long time. This is usually because they don't stand out to me later on and I have no idea what I interesting things I can say about them. Today, we have one of those polishes.
Elation Generation is a warm pink jelly base with holographic glitters mixed in.
Color: This is a nice warm pink jelly. I like the base, and the holographic glitters is a fun and different touch. This is from the spring 2013 Hope and Freedom collection.
Formula. This was a little on the thick side, but nothing terrible.
Price: I got this in a swap, but I think this is around $7?
Overall: Meh. There is nothing wrong with this polish. This just doesn't do much for me? I honestly think if this polish came out 2 years ago, I'd be in love with it. The problem is the indie craze happened, and now this just isn't very exciting to me. Again, it's not a bad polish. It's a nice polish, but nice is as far as I'd go with it. Sorry.
My Rating: 3 out of 5 Paint Splatters