Hello lovelies! Today I have a few Jindie Nails, yes, another indie brand, to share with you. I purchased them from meimeisignatures.com recently. Somehow, all of my choice have a white crelly base, I only found this out when I received the package!
Live Out Loud is Jindie's latest release. It is such a fun and happy polish, with multi-colored round glitters in a white crelly base. The formula is easy to work with as it does not require much manipulation of the glitter, it glides on effortlessly. I have two coats of Live Out Loud over a white base, with Gelous top coat.
Candy Land, I guess this is the most hyped shade. However, I am rather disappointed with its formula. Not sure if it's only my bottle but the formula is quite difficult to work with. It drags and pools at the edges. I also need to fish the glitter and place it on the nails. The end result is not very promising, however, one coat of Gelous seems to miraculously transform it to a beautiful finish. Everything was immediately smoothed out and looked much nicer. Formula aside, I think Candy Land is still a lovely and unique polish. The idea of matte neon glitters over a white crelly base is simply gorgeous, isn't it?!
I originally applied Candy Land over a white base but it did not work as the dragging of glitter has ruined the base. Having said that, I guess if I've been more patient and let the base color dry thoroughly, it might work out better! Anyway, below is three coats of Candy Land, with two coats of Gelous.
Burrrberry. Like Live Out Loud, applying Burrrberry was a breeze, no need to fish for glitter and one coat gave you a very decent amount of glitter. I have two coats of Burrrberry over a white base, with two coats of Gelous.
You can purchase Jindie Nails from her Etsy shop, but she'll only open her shop when there is a restock, which seems to sell out real fast every time. You can follow her on Facebook or Twitter (@JindieNails) for updates on restock. Or you can buy from the following stockists which ship internationally.