Monday, May 13, 2013

Jindie Nails Spring Chic collex (Pic Heavy)

*These products were provided to me in exchange for my honest review*
Hey everyone! I hope you all had a fabulous weekend, and mother's day! I spent my weekend with my boyfriend's parents (next best thing to my own parents) and we had a ton of fun doing wine/beer tasting and walking around one of my favorite towns in the area: Yellow Springs! It's a really fun little artsy hippie town about a half hour NE of Dayton, and it also has my favorite pizza place! I was a happy (and very full) girl this weekend.

Anyway, I have a post that took me forever to edit and get posted, and for that I apologize. But, I assure you - these polishes are worth the wait! Have a look at a few of  Jindie Nails Spring Chic collection. :)

First up is HipStar: Periwinkle crelly with a mix of neon pink, neon purple, metallic silver hex, stars & dots.

The following swatches show 3 coats of HipStar on its own, with Seche Vite topcoat. For the most part, this is how the polish went on. I did hand place the big dots and hexes a little bit just to evenly disperse them, but they honestly were no trouble at all, which surprised me for how big they are! So overall formula was wonderful, especially for how packed full of glitter this is. 

I absolutely love the base color of this polish, and how bright the dots and hexes stand out! Perfect for spring/summer. 

Next up is Nude Beach:  A nude crelly base with a mix of metallic sand colored sparkling hex,  iridescent hex, matte white hex & tiny stars plus and abundance of neon orange, neon blue, neon pink, neon purple, neon green & neon yellow hex in several sizes. 

I think this one has to be my favorite of the bunch. It's just such a unique polish, I can honestly say I don't own anything like it. And it's so reminiscent of sand and the beach, especially with the white stars. I could see this being a perfect pedicure polish for a beach vacation! :) The following swatches show 3 coats of Nude Beach alone, with Seche Vite topcoat.

Formula was great on this one as well. I love the depth that the neon hexes give when layered under the nude base. It looks to me like bright, shiny treasures partially buried in the sand!

Here's Mango with the FlowPastel bright peach crelly with metallic silver hex, blue & purple iridescent hex, lime green/gold iridescent hex.  Opaque in 2-3 coats.  Meant to be worn alone.

This little beauty fought with me a bit, but it was so worth it, lol. I applied 3 coats and had a bit of trouble with bumpiness/grittiness just because it's SO packed full of glitter, but you'll be fine as long as you take a little care with application. Seche Vite helped a lot with smoothing it out, too. 

Like I said, being careful with application is a small price to pay for this gorgeous end result. This polish just looks so yummy, like orange sherbet or some fruity summery smoothie. The iridescent glitters really stole the show, though. In the bottle shot above, you can REALLY see them, but they pop out like crazy on the nail in certain angles.

If I had to pick a second favorite, or a tie for first place, this is it. 
Check out Pickled Tink:  This is a new limited edition polish.   It's a bright pink crelly with silver and light pink small dots, light pink holographic larger dots, light pink and silver tiny stars.

First of all, I can't even look at the name without laughing. Say it out loud to yourself if you need a good giggle. Then again, maybe it's just me lol. Name aside, this polish is absolutely stunning. It's so bright, it kind of smacks you in the face - in the best sense possible! This is 3 coats of Pickled Tink alone.

These first few photos were taken indoors at night, with artificial lighting, so they don't really do justice to the brightness of the pink base. I absolutely love the iridescent glitters here, they flash bright purple!

This next photo was taken in natural indirect sunlight, and it is probably the most true to color. This is what it looked like in real life. It's like a gorgeous shimmery strawberry jelly! And you've probably figured out by now that I'm a sucker for dots, so this polish is just a win on all levels. Formula was great too. No need to fuss with anything during application. It just looks this good all by itself!

These polishes retail for $5.00 for a medium size (8 mL) bottle, and $9.00 for a full size (15 mL) bottle.

I was super impressed with the polishes I got to try from the Spring Chic collection. Jen did not disappoint, as per usual! These four polishes are simply perfect for Spring and Summer! They are unique and beautiful and the formula is great, too. Not to mention that Jen is one of the best in the business when it comes to customer service. She is super sweet, and she's committed to making sure each and every customer has a great experience, and that is a rare quality! :)
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  1. Look at those sexy mini bottles! Right up my alley =D Gorgeous swatches as usual, lady <3

  2. Great colors! There all wonderful :)


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