Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Jindie Nails: Flowers in the Attic and Paper Flowers

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Hey guys! Hope you're having a great start to your week - today is supposed to be my day off, but I've got a mandatory training for work - boo! :[ But, it's only a few hours so after that, I plan to spend some time relaxing :)

Today I've got swatches of two gorgeous upcoming polishes from Jindie Nails to share with you. I don't have a ton of details to share about this collection yet, but I do know Jen is working on it to release soon. You guys will be the first to know once I have the details! :)

The first polish I have to share is called Flowers in the Attic. I think we've all seen the movie(s) and read the book, so creepy! I remember being really freaked out by the book when I was just a kid. The polish is considerably less creepy ;)

Flowers in the Attic has a lovely crelly base in a unique shade of blurple. I can honestly say I don't have any other polishes with this color base! It's full of dots and hexes in various sizes and colors. I used 2 coats plus topcoat for these photos.

This polish is extremely pigmented, yet I experienced no staining - which is saying something for a blue-toned shade. They can often be stainers, but not this one! The dots gave me no trouble, I pushed them around a bit using the brush that comes with the bottle, just to put them where I wanted them, but they didn't clump together too much. Formula overall was great :)

Next up is Paper Flowers - I fell in love with this one as soon as I saw it in the bottle! If there was such a thing as Indie Nail Polish awards, Jen would be the undefeated white crelly queen!

This is a white crelly base full of tons of multi-sized bright neon dots. I love this! It has so much depth. I've used three coats of Paper Flowers here with no undies. 1 coat of topcoat smoothed everything out.

Polishes packed so full of glitters like this can be a pain, but I didn't have much trouble with the formula - however, I did need three coats, but only because my nails are so stained. Most people can get away with 2, especially if your nails are shorter. The dots didn't clump together too badly, but again, I did do some dragging using the polish brush to just place some of the larger dots where I wanted them. This is such a fun shade - reminds me of birthday parties and celebrations!

I had to get a macro of this one - the dots are so fun and bright!

Be sure to check out the Jindie Nails shop and follow Jindie Nails on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for information on upcoming release dates and new polishes! That's the best way to find out more about when this collection will be released - if these two are any indication of the rest of the collection, I can't wait to see them!!

Thanks for reading!
<3 Kelly

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