It’s weekend again and it is already mid March. March is my birthday month and in a few days I will be a year older hopefully wiser too. Today I have a few new Enchanted Polish to show you. In my opinion Enchanted Polish makes the best and unique holographic indie polishes and their formula always maintain at high quality. So they are definitely one of my top favourites among indie brands.
Britney Spearmint. This is a light green shade with very faint holo effect. When I first got it I thought I was going to need at least 3 coats for full opacity as it looked sheer in the bottle and was preparing not to like it. But I was wrong. I only needed 2 coats and even the first coat wasn’t streaky. Though the holo effect isn’t strong, it is compensated with great colour and formula. I love how soft this looked on my nails.
J’adore is a pale pink duo chrome with very subtle holo. This needed 3 coats for full opacity and formula was good. At first I thought this is not going to be my cup of tea as usually pink is not my favourite shade but the more I stared at it, it started to grow on me. And I must say I like it even more on photos. Very sweet looking.
Djinn In A Bottle. I bought this thinking that it was just a normal topcoat to coat it on top of any holographic colours (silly me!). This is actually a holographic topcoat. No, this is holographic magic in a bottle! Add this on top of any colour and see it turn in to rainbow of colours. The linear holo effect in this is very strong and formula is good, not too thin or thick. I wore 1 coat of Djinn In A Bottle on top of OPI I Saw…U Saw…We Saw…Warsaw which is a beautiful dark blue creme, I’ll review that at a later time. No topcoat was added in these pictures but I did add topcoat after to see if it dulls it but it didn’t at all. This look so awesome in different lightings especially in the sun! Superb! And I am thinking of getting a back up for this!
My absolute favourite is Djinn In A Bottle. I wasn’t expecting much from it and actually thought was a little meh by looking at the bottle, but magic happens when I painted it on. I gasped! It is just simply gorgeous. I bought these at Mei Mei Signatures or you can get it at Enchanted Polish.
Tomorrow I will post an exclusive shade for Mei Mei Signatures by Enchanted Polish on the blog. I didn’t want to include it in this post as I thought it deserves it’s own glory. Can’t wait to show you so stay tune folks! More gorgeousness coming up!