Friday, January 31, 2014

New To Me Indie: 3 Polishes From Shirley Ann Nail Lacquer

Happy Friday!

Today I have three polishes from a new-to-me indie company, Shirley Ann Nail Lacquer, to show you.  We have a jelly, a crelly, and a glitter topper, so there's something for everyone!

The three polishes I received are Not Your Mama's Cranberry Sauce, When The Ball Drops, & Molly Mae.


Let's go in order from this pic.  First up, the hysterically named "Not Your Mama's Cranberry Sauce" which is a brilliant red jelly with gold sparkles.  This is three thin coats, no topcoat.



I am not the world's biggest jelly fan due to the usual VNL (visible nail line, the panty lines of the nail world), but this has nice coverage.  It dried fairly quickly and really does look "squishy" to the touch, the way a good jelly should look!

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Next up is When The Ball Drops, a glitter bomb topper.  I used two coats over Verity Flamenco Purple.  This formula was slightly thick for a glitter top coat but it is stuffed to the brim with glitter so the base has to be slightly thick to hold it all in there! The dominant colors are a vibrant blue and there are some larger gold hex in there, too.



Couple more shots!  I bet if you used 3-4 coats, you could make this opaque and have the shiniest nails EVER.

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Last but not least, the sweet pink of the bunch, Molly Mae.  This is two coats of Molly, no topcoat.  This is a seriously sweet color.  It looks almost watermelon pink but in the light there is an amazing lilac shimmer!! It also has some darker pink micro glitters which give it nice depth on the nail.  This is my favorite, by far.  Don't tell me you're surprised!



How pretty is this!?!?

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1 comment:

  1. Molly Mae looks super interesting! May have to check these out!


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