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Monday, September 24, 2012

31 DC: DAY 24: A BOOK: Jindie Nails Water 4 Elephants

     Day 24 brings to us a polish inspired by a book.  Now, you probably expected me to whip out my nonexistent freehand skills and draw a 1000 page book on my nails.   NO.  I was super lucky that I had a polish by Jindie Nails that is titled after a book!   
     Water 4 Elephants is a book about a vet who becomes a traveling vet for circus animals. It turns out that the animals are being abused by one of the trainers and one of the animals is an elephant named Rosie.
     Jindie Nails' Water 4 Elephants is a stunning grey jelly-based polish with varying sizes and shapes of aqua-blue and some aqua-green glitter.  
This has turned out to be my most favorite of Jindie's far.   I used three coats to make it opaque and the glitters came out very smoothly and dispersed evenly. What you see is what you get. I did not need to manipulate the glitters in any way.
I decided to matte my index and ring fingers for fun...
I loved this polish so much that after swatching about 15 polishes one Saturday, I put this one back on! Here are the photos of the actual mani I wore for a few days.
If you are new to my blog, then let me tell you about my deep love for grey polishes and grey polishes with a crazy glitter color in them!  I MUST HAVE THEM ALL!   There really aren't that many out there unfortunately.  :o(  This one fits the bill to a tee. The aqua colors in it are the perfect touch to this grey jelly. I am stunned and happily surprised by the ease of use of all of Jindie Nails polishes!
I apologize for the picture spam, but I HAD to. Water 4 Elephants demanded the attention!
I still have two more of her polishes yet to review, so stay tuned!

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*these polishes were sent for an honest review*


Rustic Comfort said...

LOVE WFE! One of my favorite reads, ever. I still haven't seen the movie though. This polish is gorgeous and I love the combo of the grey jelly with the blue glitters, who would have thought to put those together?

Joanne Proctor said...

Beautiful polish :D