Monday, 21 November 2016

Monthly Indie Review: Painted Polish

Hello nailaholics! This months Indie polish review is SUPER SPAKLY and holographic and I love it! So you don't need to read on to see if I liked them... I first spotted Painted Polish by Lexi on Instagram a year or so ago and fell in love with some of their gorgeous glitters. Unfortunately the postage to get is across from America wouldn't have been justifiable, so when Rainbow Connection launched it as a new brand I was so excited, especially when I noticed they had the shades I was after all that time ago.

So, onto the good stuff! The first polish I tried was Crunk On Copper an extremely holographic copper glitter. In the pictures it looks slightly lighter than it did in real life, and I don't think they really do it justice, but it's hard to capture something so sparkly. The glitter is in a clear base, I would say it takes about three coats for opacity, but sponging it on gets faster results! It dries textured so if you want it smooth a couple of coats of top coat is required.
The second polish I tried is Lusty Lavender, again the pictures don't do it justice, though I think the pictures are a little more true to life with this one. Just as sparkly as the first! Again this would would take about three glitter heavy coats, but sponging it on is probably the best technique. It's a beautiful unique shade of silvery lilac. Very unicorn-ish!
So in conclusion, I LOVE these! They are just so intensely holographic and sparkly. I've found them even better than the Fun Lacquer Simply Nailogical holo's I reviewed last month. I would seriously seriously recommend them! I think Crunk on Copper is my favourite, but it's a tough choice, I love them both! Nail art to follow with both colours.

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