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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Naild'It Unique Polish- Purp...Excuse Me!

When Andrea from Naild'It Unique Polish sent me some of her new collection to review, Purp...Excuse  Me! immediately jumped out at me as the possible stand out in the collection!
I have a huge love for large circle glitter-I just wish they weren't all in a milky white base.  Purp...Excuse Me!  gives me what I have been waiting for!
Purp...Excuse Me! is a sheer-but build able-black base with purple, fuchsia, pink, and aqua glitter in different sizes. (I may have forgotten a color or two!)  The large holo circles are what sets it apart from the rest.
In these first pictures, I layered it over black, because I wasn't sure if the base would build up. (It does.)
I layered one coat of Purp...Excuse Me! over black and had no issues with the glitters. Even the circles came out readily!
On my other hand, I used Purp...Excuse Me!  on its own.  Here is where application was interesting.  I used three coats, and it layered well as long as you wait a bit between coats.  After three coats, it looked a bit of a mess on my fingers.  I didn't like what I saw, but I put a coat of Gelous and a coat of Seche Vite over it, and it smoothed everything right out!
With the layering, you get more depth of glitter layers.  I have noticed that with jelly glitters, it is hard to get the tips of the fingers good enough, and in pictures, my hands look like they have tip wear on my brand new manicure!  Do you know what I am talking about?  So here is what I did... I used black nail polish and I dabbed it on the tips before I started my manicure and that is what you see in these pictures!
I think I prefer the one layer over black for the simplicity of the manicure.
Purp...Excuse Me!  over black.
Purp...Excuse Me!  three coats on its own.
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To buy from Naild'It's Etsy shop, Click HERE.
You can also buy Naild'IT from Overall BeautyLlarowe, and Mei Mei's Signatures.

*These polishes were sent for an honest review*

11 comments:

whynoteveryday said...

Oh, this is so gorgeous *___*

Polish and Puppies said...

So some of the big circle glitters look multicolored, which is what intrigues me about this polish. Are the big circle glitters all multicolored, or are the few that look multicolored just bleeding into the polish? I guess I just want to know if they are bleeding glitters, they just look multicolored from the base color, or if they are actually multicolored giant circle glitter?

Jennifer Tesauro said...

Well now you KNOW I love this! Big circles! Weeeeeeeee!

Bénédicte said...

Oh I love this!!! Beautiful swatches!!!

Essie Rae iHeartPrettyPolish said...

What a cool polish!!

Essie Rae iHeartPrettyPolish said...

What a cool polish!!

Saiwai Crafts said...

AMAZING polish!!!!!

Kelly @ Nails for the Sake of Sanity said...

Wow, this is SO pretty!!

Blanca Garcia said...

Where do u sell these at? Interested in buying sum

Michelle Rouhier said...

Polish and Puppies, no the glitters do not bleed. They are holographic glitters which means they change colors in the light. The haze of black you see over them is the black of the jelly polish.
Blanca, I do not sell these. If you scroll to the bottom it gives you the links to the indie shop.

Toothfairy said...

This is so gorgeous!!! What about lasting power?