Jindie Nails is an awesome indie polish maker in my opinion! I have several reasons, but one of the biggest reasons is the ability to make a variety of different types of polishes. From glitter polishes and glitter toppers, to shiny and sparkly polishes. Today, I have a few Jindie polishes to show you. They are a couple of my favorites. I am showing you a few discontinued polishes, and you may be asking why. First of all, you may find these on someone's sale or swap board, and they are still obtainable. Secondly, the variety I used will show you the versatility of the maker.
First up is Happy Dance. It is described on Jindie's store page as "red, hot pink, teal and grape purple matte satin glitters in a white creamy base.". This is a discontinued polish and is sold out, which is a bummer, BUT... it is listed on Jindie's store as "exclusive to Harlow & Co." once sold out on her page. So, you might still be able to get your hands on this beauty! I used 2 coats and it went on nice and smooth with no issues.
Next up is Choose Me. This is another shade that is discontinued, but I HAD to show you how pretty it is! It is a purple like color with tiny rose flecks. Two coats of this gave me great coverage.
Finally, this is where I want to talk to you about a polish you ma have in your stash, and if you don't... GET THEM and this beautiful glitter topper from Jindie. Sally Hansen's Insta Dry polishes are great for numerous reasons. First of all, they dry within seconds of applying. This means if you want to use a glitter topper, or need undies for a polish, you do not have to wait 20 minutes for your base coat to dry, you can normally add your topper or next coat within minutes. Secondly, I next to never have streaking with them and can have my nails done in one coat, and be out the door. Another reason, they are CHEAP and easy to obtain from just about anywhere that sells nail polish. My fina reason, and how I found out about Insta Dry polishes, is because you can stamp very easily with them. There you have it!
For this next Jindie polish, I have Baby Doll. Baby doll is a GORGEOUS glitter topper. I used it over Sally Hansen Insta Dry in Blue-Away and Silver Sweep. Baby Doll is described on the Jindie store as "a really pretty glitter topper full of satin pastel hex and square glitters, plus white and iridescent glitter all in a clear base with color shifting gorgeous shimmer". This shade is also sold out and discontinued. Again, do not be discouraged because you can always find it on sale and swap boards!
You can purchase Jindie Nails' Polishes HERE at the Jindie store.
Now that we are through with the good stuff, I am hosting a giveaway that includes a Jindie Nails Polish. Water for elephants! YAY! Other prizes include Zoya Mason, and an Orly Aragan Cuticle Oil.
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