Indie Polish uses wide and thin brushes, which I love. This one worked great.
Since we were just starting spring I decided to go with a lavender crelly base packed with fuchsia and light pink glitters of various sizes.
I used 3 coats in these pictures, but that is to be expected with this kind of formula. I then finished it off with 2 thick layers of top coat.
The formula was great to work with: not too thin, not too thick, no pooling, no pulling. All around a great formula!
The bigger glitters did sink a bit, so a few hours before doing my nails I put the bottle upside-down and that helped, I did not have to fish for any glitters.
And of course here’s a macro shot!
I’m extremely happy with how this polish turned out, I love it!
This polish is not available in Indie Polish‘s shop, but I did buy an extra bottle to give away so keep your eyes peeled for that in the next few days! 🙂
Also, you can save 15% when you shop on Indie Polish with my code CHANTAL15!
What do you think of my polish, is this something you would wear?
Take a look at the beauties that the other ladies have created:
– Chantal 🙂
Base coat: OPI “Natural Nail Base Coat”
Top Coat: Nubar “Diamont”
Computer geek by day and super mom by night, Chantal loves to try products of any kind and share her thoughts with the world.