Is there anything better than finding lost swatches? I knew I had swatched a few Jindie Polishes back in early January but it was only today during a tidy up that I found the memory card they were hiding on. I already showed you all Water 4 Elephants back at the beginning of the year in a swatch spam post, now I have three more Jindie Nails polishes to show you. All three polishes are shown with three coats and I just have to say this is hands down one of my favourite formulas out there! I have no idea how Jen does it, but it doesn’t matter how big the glitter is, or how dense the build up gets, the glitter always stays flat! Love it!
First up isTried & True, a pretty white crelly with silver, blue, magenta and purple mixed glitters in it. I really like the smaller purple hexes and the bright magenta squares here and how the polish slowly builds up to this depth so that it doesn’t end up being a glitter overload. I found it worked best to apply two coats then give the bottle a good shake before the third coat to get a lot of the larger glitters in that top coat.
Burr-Berry is similar to Tried & True in that it is a white crelly. however the glitter mix is subtly different – turquoise, purple and pink glitters dominate here with less larger hex glitter and more medium and small glitters are packed in, including medium pink circle glitter! These are my only polishes to date that have circle glitter in them and I love it! I’m not crazy about huge circle glitters but these mediums ones are awesome.
Finally Snow Angels which was in my shopping cart the second I saw it. A delicate pale blue with a mix of white, turquoise and pink glitters. The pink circle glitter surfaces again here however it gets a run for it’s money as my favourite glitter in the mix alongside the medium turquoise squares too.
So there you have it. I can’t stress enough how much I love the formula on these polishes, they’re an absolute dream to work with and only need a normal top coat to completely smooth them out to a glassy finish. You can purchase Jindie Nails on Etsy however I would recommend following the Jindie Nails facebook page to get stock notifications as her polishes quickly sell out.