Friday, May 16, 2014

Jindie Nails Review Spam

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Happy Friday again!! I have some new polishes from Jindie Nails to show you today. These are all from different collections, but they are appearing in her restock and launch happening today (5/16) at 12pm CDT. As always, Jen gives you a variety to choose from, so you shouldn't have a problem finding something that tickles your fancy!

First I will start with the Broncos vs. Seahawks Duo. These polishes will be available as a set and individually. You Mad Bro? is a bright green scattered holographic polish with subtle blue toned shimmer. Although a very bright green, it doesn't cross over into being a neon color. The formula was great and applied effortlessly in two coats. Topcoat was used.
Jindie Nails You Mad Bro?

Jindie Nails You Mad Bro?

Everyday I'm Russel'n is a gorgeous darkened teal crelly with gold flakes and microshimmer. I absolutely love the depth, color, and creativity that went into this creation. Unfortunately, the formula was very difficult to work with. It was very opaque in one coat; however, it was extremely thick making application quite difficult. I added some thinner, which only seemed to help a little. I also noticed some stringiness of the base, which I had to pull off the nail with a tweezer. I'm not really sure what the issue was with this, as this was the first time I've dealt with this type of formula issue from this brand.
Jindie Nails Everyday I'm Russel'n

Jindie Nails Everyday I'm Russel'n

Purplexed is a lilac colored scattered holo with silver undertones. I used two coats and topcoat for these photos. There were no application issues; however, this is one you should be very careful when applying due to the brushstrokes that remain on the nail. This is a very pretty color and I would never get tired of this type of delicate beauty.
Jindie Nails Purplexed

Jindie Nails Purplexed

The next two polishes are from the Recover Me Collection that Jen has been slowly releasing. Today is the First Day of the Rest of Your Life is a deep forest green scattered holo with added golden shimmer. I used two coats without topcoat. The formula was great and there were no issues with application at all. The color of this one looks great on my complexion, but I'm certain it will be flattering on various skin tones.
Jindie Nails Today is the First Day of the Rest of Your Life

Jindie Nails Today is the First Day of the Rest of Your Life

Love Yourself is a yellow based crelly with green undertones and shimmer. It has multiple sizes and shapes of large glitters in teal, yellow, white, green and blue. This one is packed with glitter. The densely packed glitters made this one a little chunky and application was somewhat impacted. I love the mixture included, but less glitters would have made for easier application and a smoother look. I used two thick coats of topcoat to help create smooth look; however, it was still a little lumpy.
Jindie Nails Love Yourself


Jindie Nails Love Yourself

S%&t Just Got Teal is one of the most unique polishes Jen has created. It is deep teal scattered holo with lime green and gold shimmer, as well as, lime green microglitters. Unfortunately, this one gave me all of the same issues as Everyday I'm Russel'n. This is another one coater, as it is very pigmented. Unfortunately, the formula was way too difficult. As you can see below, the payoff is great though! This is one coat and topcoat.
Jindie Nails S%&t Just Got Teal

Jindie Nails S%&t Just Got Teal

Overall, the creativity put into these polishes is remarkable. Unfortunately, the two that are the most unique, also have the most difficult formulas. I am hoping this was just an issue with my bottles, as I don't recall seeing anyone else mention problems with either polish. These polishes. along with many others, will be available today at 12PM CDT on the Jindie Nails Website. Be sure to follow the brand on Instagram and Facebook for updates on new releases and other information.

Have a great day!


27 comments:

  1. The green one is sooo pretty!

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  2. What a gorgeous mani! Looove how you used different shades of purple. And a great way to use striping tape. I am from New England (Massachusetts girl!) - whereabouts are you moving?


    Bailey
    aka Bailey

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  3. BEAUTIFUL! I love the colors (Belinda is calling my name!) and the tape looks perfect!

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  4. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 16, 2014 at 10:13 PM

    OMG...Cristina!! I'm fangirling like crazy! THANKS SO MUCH! !

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  5. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 16, 2014 at 10:14 PM

    Thank you so much Brianna!!

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  6. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 16, 2014 at 10:16 PM

    Thanks Bailey! We're actually moving to MA! My husband just took a job as a professor at UMASS, Lowell. Are you still in that area?

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  7. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 16, 2014 at 10:16 PM

    Thank you Nikki!

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  8. Oooh! Very cool! I went to UMass Amherst for undergrad :) I'm living in Vancouver, BC right now, but I'll be back in Mass. by early 2015 at the latest, probably the Boston area. I hope you guys love New England!

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  9. I'm loving the colors of these!

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  10. This looks amazing!! I really need some stripping tape, but I don't think my nails would ever look like this!

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  11. Thanks for being honest. I find many of the Jindie Polishes to be huge let downs, formulas are not good at all and the glitters sink like crazy, and after 6 months the seperation is insane.

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  12. Lovely, simply lovely

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  13. What a beautiful collection. These are beautiful on you

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  14. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 17, 2014 at 10:20 PM

    Of course!! Thank you for reading and I appreciate your feedback. I definitely make sure I post about my honest experience. Unfortunately, as much as ove love many of her polishes, these two were difficult. They are absolutely gorgeous though! Thanks for reading!

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  15. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 17, 2014 at 10:24 PM

    Thank you! I'm ready for a change. I'm a native Floridian, so it should be interesting!

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  16. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 17, 2014 at 10:25 PM

    Awww...thanks! It's really not that difficult. If you need any tips, please let me know! I'm sure your nails will be fab! Thanks for reading!

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  17. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 17, 2014 at 10:25 PM

    Thank you so much Kathleen!

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  18. I love the purples you used for this! So gorgeous!

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  19. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 18, 2014 at 5:17 PM

    Thank you Traci!

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  20. PolishedtoPrecisionMay 18, 2014 at 9:34 PM

    Thank you so much!

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  21. Thanks for sharing! They are pretty polishes!

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  22. Wow, that bright green is fabulous! Sorry to hear the deep teal was so thick because it's seriously gorgeous too.

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  23. Such a totally glam look--I love it!!

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  24. Oh my gosh, that gorgeous, mint holo! Seriously, I have got to move somewhere more indies will ship to. (>_<)

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  25. I love pond manis! This looks so neat!

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  26. Ha! "You Mad Bro?" xD I love it, and I must own this. <3

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