Hi everyone! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I had so much fun yesterday shopping in Cincinnati with the boyfriend, and I finally made my first ever trip to Lush. I spent way too much, but got some awesome things! I'll be posting pics of my haul soon.
But for today I have more Jindie Nails swatches for you.
I also want to remind you all to enter my giveaway if you haven't already, because it ends tonight!! So, hurry and get those entries and shares in :)
The first polish I have to show you today is Footprints in the Snow. It is "a baby blue crelly with bright blue micro shimmer/flakes, baby blue matte small hex, maroon matte dots and metallic small hex, classic gold medium dots and small hex. This delicate winter polish is opaque in 2-3 coats, no need for a colored base color. It can be worn on its own."
Sorry about the nubs! I took these when I first changed nail shapes and wore them round for a while. I ended up not liking my nails so round because I think they make my fingers look chubbier haha! So, I switched to a more almond-y shape and that's what I currently have now!
These photos show 3 coats of Footprints in the Snow with no undies, with Seche Vite topcoat. No issues at all with formula, it's a super smooth crelly base and the glitters spread evenly all on their own.
Next up is one of my all-time favorite Jindies - Strawberry Cupcake. This one isn't new, I received a sample of it last year and had to buy a full size because I loved it that much!
"It has a pastel pink crelly base with an assortment of shaped glitters like round, square and hex in teal, matte pastel lavender, metallic berry, matte grape, metallic turquoise, matte pastel aqua, matte white, metallic deep teal, metallic lavender and periwinkle. It also has a gorgeous aqua/turquoise shimmer. Opaque in 2-3 coats and meant to be worn on its own. Each coat of polish will show each layer of glitter perfectly. "
I used 3 coats and HK Girl for these photos, no undies. 2 coats would easily suffice for shorter nails. Again, formula is a dream with this one - perfect crelly base and despite the amazing glitter payoff, application is simple. The glitters spread out evenly without clumping or dragging. What you see here is how the polish applied with normal brush strokes. I didn't have to do any hand placing or fishing.
What do you think of these two lovely crellies? Which is your favorite? I'd love to hear below! <3
And don't forget to check out Jindie Nails shop and look around...and enter my giveaway for your chance to win 3 Jindies of your own! <3