Jindie Nails - Swatch Spam Part 1

I recently received 8 of Jindie Nails most recent shades and today I will be sharing 4 with you. All swatches are shown with two coats of color with topcoat. Let's jump right in!

Lights Out: Lights out is a very dark gray, almost black super squishy jelly.  It's full of all shades of reds and pinks and is pretty opaque on it's own in 3 coats, but can be layered over many different darker colors for a different look.

Wifey Material: Wifey Material is the sister polish to You Can't Turn A Ho-lo Into a Housewife.  If you like YCTAHIAH, you will love this one even more.  It is made with a multichrome pigment, linear holographic pigment, flecks of real silver and a bit of silver shimmer. Application is great and this is opaque in about 2 coats!  This polish has a pastel gray tone that shifts from baby blue to violet, to red tones.

O Holo Night: O Holo Night is a new linear holographic polish for winter/holiday season 2013.  This one is a blackened navy blue linear holo with violet/blue glass fleck shimmer and made with SpectraFlair, the most potent holographic pigment on the market.  This is opaque in 2 coats.

Rhythm & Blue: Rhythm & Blue is a deep neon blue jelly with gold flakes and medium and small gold dots.  This dries to a satin matte finish.

I had reviewed R&B previously (see it here) and it looked quite different at that time, perhaps there has been a re-formulation. I definitely prefer my original bottle.

Anyway, out of these 4 I have to say that my favorite is Wifey Material.

These polishes were sent to me by Llarowe, one of Jindie Nails Stockists. You can find Jindie Nails on Llarowe's website HERE.

*Products in this post were provided by the distributor for my honest review*

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