Happy Monday Lovelies! :) Sorry I haven't posted much lately...I'm hoping to make up for that this week and next.
Today I'm sharing a new Collection with you guys from Jior Couture. It's part 4 of the Crystal Nail Gems Collection (you can see Part 3 here: CNG Part 3).
**These products were sent to me for review. Please see my Disclosure Policy listed in the tabs above.**
First off, let me point out that this polish is Just a topcoat polish...it is not a blue polish. I applied a blue base color so you could see the holo and flakes in this polish (the blue polish is a stamping polish from Born Pretty Store).
This polish is Opal a fun holo/flake topcoat. I applied 2 coats, though you could get away with one.
Next up is Rose Quartz, this is a fun pink with shimmer, holo and flakes. I only applied 2 coats because I liked the sheerness...but if you wanted it more opaque I would suggest a third coat.
Stevonnie is a fun microglitter/flake polish. The glitters are a rainbow of colors with more of a blue base. I absolutely loved the way this looked against my skin :) I applied 3 coats for full opacity.
Steven is a lot like the previous polish except the colors are a bit darker. I love both of these microglitter/flakes! Again, I used 3 coats for full opacity.
Unknown is a really beautiful blue/black microglitter/flake. I was really excited about this polish, the only reason I didn't love it was because I applied it kind of thick...other than that I think this is a stunning and eye catching polish! I used 3 coats for full opacity.
And last up is another holo topper (the base color is Mauve Over by LondonTown Lakur). This holographic glitter is Holo at Me 3. I was really impressed with it! It kind of reminds me of China Glaze Fairy Dust, which is my go-to for glitter designs ;)
Here's a look at the holo/flake/microglitter polishes with a black base under them as well as one coat over plain white. I was really surprised to see Rose Quartz look so gold over the black, but I really like how you can see all of the glitters and the flakes with the black base.
All of these polishes were easy to work with and applied smoothly (except unknown, but that was more my fault than the actual polish). They self level and don't apply super patchy when you apply 2-3 coats.
I was also sent a Peel Off Base Coat and a Texture Smoothing Topcoat to try out with these polishes and I was quite impressed with both of them. The topcoat dried fairly quickly and smoothed out the glitter really well with only 1 coat. And the Peel Off Base Coat made taking of the glitter polishes SO easy!!! I don't like wearing glitter polishes much because of how difficult they are to take off, but this Peel Off Base was HEAVEN when taking these glitters off! ;)
This Collection will be released tomorrow (Aug 9) so make sure to head to http://www.jiorcouture.com to get yours!
If you would like to get your hands on the Texture Smoothing Topcoat or the Peel Off Base Coat you can get them Today! (links below).