*Press Sample*Hi, everyone - happy Monday!
Today I have some gorgeous Jindie Nails polishes to share with you that are long overdue! Her shop is restocked at the moment, so be sure to check it out. I'll wait here. ;) AND, if you haven't already - be sure to enter my giveaway. The 1st prize winner gets to choose THREE Jindie Nails polishes of their choosing. I have lots of swatches to show you this week, so maybe that will help make your decision for you. :)
First up today is All of the Lights. This is such a fun, dotty glitter topper! It is in stock right now, so you can grab one if you hurry!
After this mani, I realized I should have chosen better undies because I chose a holographic gold (Rapture by Mentality - another prize in my giveaway!) and the awesome sparklies in All of the Lights kind of got lost over the holo in Rapture. Oh well - live and learn! These swatches show two coats of All of the Lights over 2 coats of Rapture, and topped with Seche Vite topcoat.
I just LOVE the combination of colors in the dots, and the shimmery silver in the base is really fantastic - I wish you could see it better!! I will have to re-swatch this one over black so you can really see it shine. I experienced no trouble with the formula. I would probably recommend one coat because it is SO full of glitters, but I wanted to see how it would look with 2. Plus, I tend to gravitate for more over the top glittery looks. It really can be worn either way! :)
Next up is Moon Walk, which is a Limited Edition. It is in stock right now, so go go go!!
Moon Walk is an insanely bright neon pink jelly that is all sorts of amazing. Not only is it blindingly bright (in the best way possible), it is packed full of black and silver shapes including, stars, dots, and moons. The base also has silver shimmer that is stunning when the light hits it! Formula was perfect as usual. I thought the big dots were going to give me trouble, but they came out with no problems at all! Because of all the shapes, I did some dabbing around to put things where I wanted them, but you really don't have to. I didn't experience any trouble with glitters clumping together at all - they spread out pretty evenly all on their own.
These swatches show 3 coats of Moon Walk with no undies - Seche Vite topcoat and everything felt completely smooth. This is one of those jellies that is extremely buildable. It's very pigmented, so most people could get away with 2 coats. I did 3 because my nails are stained and it's tough to cover up VNL for me!
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