Water marbling with holo polish

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

I had to try it. Just once... Water marbling with holo polish. It is a bit different.

I got through two nails before I finally got it semi-right on the third. So I started over...

I used Color Club Halo Hues; Halo-Graphic and Over The Moon and China Glaze; Highlight Of My Summer and Bottoms Up. Some people think it takes a large amount of polish to water marble. I haven't found that to be the case. I use a small bowl and a drop of polish per "ring."

The holo spread on the water's surface extremely quickly so I had to move really fast. Overall I am pleased with how this water marble came out.

Nail art - water marble with holographic nail polish
Nail art - water marble with holographic nail polish

Nail art - water marble with holographic nail polish
Nail art - water marble with holographic nail polish

Nail art - water marble with holographic nail polish
Nail art - water marble with holographic nail polish
Will I do this again? Probably for a special occasion that is outdoors.

On a side note - that is my new and beloved Pandora Charm Bracelet. I can't wait to get more charms! My husband bought some for me. I bought the USAF charm and a wonderful friend got me the fish charm.

Jindie Nails - Quit Staring at My Melons



I have a fun glitter topcoat for you today. Jindie Nails - Quit Staring At My Melons is a fun topcoat. It's a party in a bottle.

Quit Staring At My Melons - is glitter topper has matte kelly green, barbie pink, matte gray dots, watermelon pink and black dots plus smaller metallic light green and light pink dots. It also has small and extra large matte black dots and small micro hex in matte kelly green, matte gray, barbie pink, black, watermelon pink. The base is a clear base with bits of real silver flakes and intense green shimmer. This color is one of five shades in the Summer Chic Collection

I have it on over Orly Pixy Stix.

Jindie Nails Quit Staring At My Melons
Jindie Nails Quit Staring At My Melons

Jindie Nails Quit Staring At My Melons
Jindie Nails Quit Staring At My Melons

Jindie Nails Quit Staring At My Melons
Jindie Nails Quit Staring At My Melons

Jindie Nails is owned and operated by Jen, a thirty something, southern mom with an obsession and love for nail polish and glitter. Jen is the sole proprietor of Jindie Nails and does everything from creating and naming polishes, pouring, labeling, packaging, shipping and much more. Jindie Nails/Jindie LLC started as a hobby in the Spring 2012 and very quickly grew into a successful small business, full time job and way of life for the owner and her family. Jindie Nails Etsy store opened in July of 2012 and by mid-March 2013 there were more than 6,800 sales transactions with 100 percent positive feedback.

Jindie Nails polishes are cruelty free, not tested on animals and are 3-free, meaning they do not contain the 3 harmful ingredients commonly found in nail polish: NO Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), NO Formaldehyde & NO Toluene. 

This is available from Llarowe so keep your eyes open and your browser pointed to Jindie Nails on Llarowe. Llarowe is a one-stop shopping site for those hard to find indie and international polishes. Make sure to follow Llarowe on Facebook to keep up with the current releases, restocks and new polishes.

These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note computer monitors may vary in color display. 



Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion swatches

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

I have an amazing polish to share with you. I recently acquired Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion. Oh my goodness - this polish is amazing!  The linear holo effect is strong; even in indirect light. Dance Legend originates from Russia.

The polish applied wonderfully. I do think it has a longer than normal dry time. Even with a top coat of Seche Vite I had to be extremely careful for a bit.

Optical Illusion - is a positively stunning deep murky rose shade. It completely dances across your fingernails in the sunlight. I took some photos with a flash, and in normal room lightingI should have taken a photo earlier with the sun was bright. However now the sun has decided to play shy and only peek from behind the clouds. But earlier today (of course I was at work) the sunlight brought multiple prisms out. This polish is an eye-catcher and had everyone commenting about it.

Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion - with flash
Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion - with flash

Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion - with flash
Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion - with flash
Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion - with flash
Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion - with flash
Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion - normal room lighting
Dance Legend #4 - Optical Illusion - normal room lighting
I must get more of these polishes. You can get these polishes at Llarowe and soon they will be available at Color4Nails. They cost about $13.
 

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