I cannot tell you how excited I was to get some Jindies back in (on?) my hands! It's been a while since I've bought any! I've been doing pretty good with my no/low-buy because I know I need another Helmer and I'm trying so hard to stop myself before I run completely out of room. Weird, I know. I feel like 2 Helmers is fine but 3 is a problem lol!
Anyway, I'm going to start off today with a Jindie Nails polish that doesn't quite fit in with the post title - it's not a Fall or a Halloween polish. Jen was kind enough to send this beauty along with my order. It's a Limited Edition that releases some time this week - stay tuned to her FB for more details! World, meet Clearly Blinded! :)
Clearly Blinded features too many glitters for me to name! Jen says it's basically She Blinded Me With Science in a clear base, a request from a customer that Jen was able to bring to life! :) I see dots, diamonds, squares, translucent neon hexes, and rectangles. The translucent neon hexes remind me of Candy Land and Candy Land Remix! :)
Next up, we're getting into the polishes I have from the Fall Chic collection. First, we have What Are you Smokin' Mirrors. It's a lovely grey crelly base full of dots in gold and silver. It built up nicely in 3 thin coats. It reminds me of a full moon on Halloween night. :)
Another beauty from the Fall Chic collex is Midnight Rainbow. I think this is one of my all-time favorite Jindies!! It's simply stunning. Midnight Rainbow is a shimmery black jelly base full of dots large and small, in every color of the rainbow! If you look closer, there are also multi-colored flakies in the base. This is 3 thin coats. I did a bit of hand-placing with the bigger dots, just using the polish brush, to spread them out evenly.
Next up we have Electric Grape. This is not a new polish (though it has been reformulated), so I'm not sure exactly which collection it goes along with, but I think it makes a fantastic base for Halloween nail art and glitter combos, so I'm just gonna leave it here. :) Electric Grape is an eye-popping neon purple jelly that dries almost semi-matte. It has a really cool finish! There's also a lovely blue shimmer to it that really comes out in the sun - you can't see it as well in my photos as you could in person, because it was overcast. :(
Now, I mentioned Electric Grape would be great for Halloween manis? Check out this next polish, Be-Wear the Polish, using Electric Grape as undies! :)
Be-Wear the Polish is a clear based glitter topper full of glitters in greens, gray, black, and purples. There are stars, moons, dots, dashes, hexes, diamonds and squares! Such a fun polish, and I love the look of it over Electric Grape. :)
Next up are my two picks from the Halloween 2013 collex! First, we have Pink Punkin. This one has a orange sherbet-y crelly base full of pink glitters in hexes and squares.
Next is Ghosts of Candy Corn Past. I just love this name!! It's an off-white crelly base with black, orange, and yellow glitters in hexes, squares, and dots. It looks like candy corn floating around in milk! This is 3 coats alone. I would probably recommend layering this over white, because it's so packed full of glitter, it can get stuck on itself!
Last but not least - Monster's Ink! I missed the release of this one, but it is awesome so I am SO happy Jen sent it along! It's got a sort of celery-green crelly base and...another one with too many glitters to name! Stars, dots, squares, hexes, diamonds, in pink, teal, green and purple.
Which is your favorite of these? I'm torn between Midnight Rainbow and Monster's Ink! Great formulas and wonderfully unique color combinations as always! :)
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Thanks for looking!
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