Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Jindie Nails Bite Me! Review & Swatches

Normally, when people see a polished name Bite Me! around Halloween time and it's made up of Halloween styled colors I'm sure it would condor up thoughts of Dracula/vampires. Well not me, when I saw that Bite Me! was one of the polishes Jindie Nails sent me for review I though of Mimi from "The Drew Carey Show". Hopefully, someone out there knows what I'm talking about! ;) I'm not sure why it instantly reminded me of Mimi, the colors are definitely Halloween colors, but it did. 
Anyways, on to the swatches of  Jindie Nails Bite Me!

Bite Me! is described as hot neon orange, black, violet purple matte glitters in several sizes/shapes in a clear base.
All nails, except my middle finger, are 2 coats of Bite Me! over 3 coats of OPI Candlelight (previously swatched here and here). My middle finger is 3 coats of Bite Me! over Seche Restore and under Seche Vite. The same base and top coat was used on all the other nails as well.
I can't seem to say it enough, but Jindie Nails make awesome polish! Similar to Femme Fire, I did want to note what Jenn, the creator of Jindie Nails, has posted on the Etsy listing of Bite Me!:  The polish applies very easy but the larger hex glitter are harder to get out. There are several smaller, easier to get out other sizes of glitters in the bottle though. The larger hex glitter are meant to be accents, not main focuses of the polish. I was able to get one of these larger glitters out without any "fishing", the others were very easy to get out by turning the bottle upside down for a few seconds.
I love that Jindie Nails has a variety of matte glitters and that they aren't all your standard formula of smaller circle matte glitter. All of the glitters in Bite Me! are matte including the bars and hexes, how great is that! This polish does have a lot going on but personally, the more glitter (matte or shiny) the better. It makes any polish exciting and fun to look at. :)

You can find Bite Me! along with a ton of other great polishes on Jindie Nails Etsy shop here. Be sure to like Jindie Nails on Facebook here and and check out her Instagram here.

This product was sent for review, all opinions are my own.
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