Friday, November 2, 2012

Jindie Nails Blue Blue Xmas, Candy Cane and Kiss Me Under The Mistletoe Reviews & Swatches

Happy Friday everyone! Today I have the second installment of Jindie Nails' Santa Claws collection :) I have so much catching up to do online and around my house, this weekend but I will get the third part of the Santa Claws collection up tomorrow. After that, I have a ton of great polishes to share from Tip Top Nails and Different Dimensions! I also will be putting up the 1000 Facebook Likes giveaway today or tomorrow! Thank you everyone who has liked me, commented, supported me, ect. You are all so lovely! :D

Jindie Nails Blue Blue Xmas is a dark blue holographic polish. All nails are 2 coats with no base or top coat.
Just like Mrs. Claws, Blue Blue Xmas' formula was perfection! It dried super quick and I had no problem with the formula. It needed no top coat to have a shiny finish and the color is a great winter blue. :)
Candy Cane is described as a creme/jelly base with cherry red matte glitter, red and green metallic hex glitter and smaller green glitter. My index nail is 4 thin coats of Candy Cane with no base color used, while my ring finger is 3 coats with no base color. Both my middle and pinky nail are 1 coat over Wet n Wild French White. All have no top coat.
Dry time for Candy Cane was average, I think that has to do with the creme/jelly base, and consistency wise it was spot on! :) After I gave the bottle a good shake, I was able to "fish" out the larger red hex glitters. Jen, the creator of Jindie Nails, notes that they maybe a little harder to get out. Even with no top coat, my nails had a smooth finish and the color completely reminds me of a candy cane! 
Kiss Me Under The Mistletoe has a red jelly base with lighter and darker green holographic hex glitter and gold holo hex glitter. All nails are 2 coats with a base coat of Seche Clear and no top coat.
First let's talk about the color of Kiss Me Under The Mistletoe, if you are look for a RED Holiday polish this is for you! I don't any red polish as bright as this one! :P The formula was great; it dried quickly, wasn't too thick or thin and I didn't need to "fish" for a single glitter. It dried a little "bumpy" with no top coat, though it didn't bother me at all.

Find Jindie Nails on etsy here and on Facebook here. Also, make sure to check het out on Instagram here, she has a ton of pictures from upcoming collections posted!

These products were sent for review, all opinions are my own.
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