Category: Flakies

Jindie Nails – I’m Rick James B****h!


Hello! I’m making good progress on getting the new blog ready and now I have a moment to show you this awesome new Jindie Nails polish. This is I’m Rick James B***h!

“a silver holographic polish that is very complex.  It has multiple sizes of micro silver, premium holographic glitters and pigments, real silver flakies, rainbow pear flakies and 3 other larger, multi-color shifting flakies throughout.  It is opaque in only 2 coats, but can be worn as a topper with one very light coat.”


My newest Dollish Polish pretties


Hello lovelies! As you have probably noticed I’ve been on a short break. I’ve just felt completely drained out of energy and tried to charge my batteries a little. Yeah, I have too much to do, no charging happening any time soon so I just better get back on the saddle and suck it up ;) I’ll start by publishing the posts when ever and after I get a few more of them ready I’ll start the regular scheduled posts again.

So here’s two new additions to my ever growing Dollish Polish collection. These are from the Pulp Fiction collection and as I write this they are both available at Dollish Polish webstore.

First we have English Mother F*ucker, Do You Speak It?

“soft rose/berry shade has a subtle metallic sheen with a hint of red & pink glass flecks”

This was almost a one coater for me but I applied two. So easy to apply nice and smooth. Dry time was quick too. I wore this for at least 4 days and there was no chipping. Very good quality and lovely color! I also love the fact that I can see the shimmer on the nails too and it’s not only visible in the bottle.

On the photos I’m wearing one coat of Essie Nourish Me, one coat of Glisten & Glow Stuck On Blu!, two coats of English Mother F*ucker, Do You Speak It?  and HK Girl top coat.


The other one I bought from this collection is Zed’s Dead Baby, Zed’s Dead.

“a rich mossy olive green, loaded with green iridescent flakes & micro flakes”

This one is more jelly like but still opaque with two coats. Also easy to apply and dried fast. Flakes are quite visible on this one and I just love this shade of green. I think this would also make a great base for stamping.

This is one coat of Essie Nourish Me, one coat of Glisten & Glow Stuck On Blu!, two coats of Zed’s Dead Baby, Zed’s Dead and HK Girl top coat.


***These polishes were purchased by me. I don’t benefit from clicking the link on this post in any way. 

Jindie Nails – Coral-ing All The Jindie Junkies (Fan group custom polish)


I gotta take a break from organizing my new nail and makeup room aka woman cave :D to show you this new Jindie Nails beauty. This is Coral-ing All The Jindie Junkies and it was created as a custom polish for Jindie Nails fan group in FB.

“This one is is a coral  shimmer polish loaded with blue, purple, pink, rose, green, gold and real silver flakies.  It’s also got micro glitters in holographic gold and holographic silver.  The polish is opaque in 2-3 coats.”

Quality of this polish was very good. It applied nice and smooth, dried fast enough and didn’t chip during the three days I wore this manicure. Just beautiful!

For this manicure I used a coat of Essie Fill The Gap and a coat of Glisten & Glow Stuck On Blu! base coats, two coats of Coral-ing All The Jindie Junkies and HK Girl top coat. For the ring finger I used a coat of Essie Fill The Gap and two coats of OPI Love.Angel.Music.Baby velvet matte, no top coat.

You can buy Jindie Nails polishes from or from authorized distributors. You can find the latest news, releases and restock info from their FB and IG.


***All the products on this post were sent for review.  I don’t benefit from clicking any of the links on this post.

Jindie Nails – Higher Flower


Happy Saturday lovelies! Here’s a quick blog post before I head out to my niece’s and nephew’s birthday party.

This is Jindie Nails Higher Flower from the Recover Me collection. The description on Jindie Nails website says it all:

“The most beautiful and highly pigmented neon pink polish, loaded with micro flakes and holographic micro glitters in purple and silver. The flakie colors are bronze, silver, purple, pink and blue.  The silver flakies are bits of real silver.  It’s divine and opaque in 1-2 coats.”

This polish is amazing! Such a vibrant neon pink and unlike your average neon this doesn’t require multiple coats to be opaque.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is a one coater on shorter nails!!

Perfect, flawless application and quick dry time. I wore this as a full manicure for three days and no chipping or issues at all. Easy enough to remove and didn’t cause any staining.  For my full manicure I only applied one coat. On these swatch photos there is two coats of polish cos I wanted to see if the second coat would make the color even more vibrant. It added a little depth but I have to say this was already perfect on the first coat.

For this manicure I used a coat of Essie Fill the Gap, a coat of Glisten & Glow Stuck On Blu! base coat, two coats of Higher Flower and HK Girl top coat.

You can buy Jindie Nails polishes from or from authorized distributors. You can find the latest news, releases and restock info from their FB and IG.



***This polish was sent for review.

Jindie Nails – Hot Pink Floyd


Along with the new Spring Chic shades Jindie Nails released Matte Velvet Duo with sTEALth and Hot Pink Floyd. I have already reviewed sTEALth and today I have Hot Pink Floyd for you. Here’s how it’s described on Jindie Nails website “It has a super bright neon pink crelly base with iridescent, color shifting squares and hex in blue/purple/green.  It also has bits of real silver flakes throughout!”. Like in sTEALth, there’s lovely depth to this and it’s absolutely stunning with and without top coat.

This is three thin coats of Hot Pink Floyd alone and the last two photos have G & G HK Girl top coat.


With G & G HK Girl Fast Drying + Super Shiny top coat
With G & G HK Girl Fast Drying + Super Shiny top coat
Hot Pink Floyd has the same great formula as sTEALth and application is really smooth. Two coats would be enough for shorter nails but my longer one needed three thin coats.

Matte Velvet Duo is limited time so get yours while these pretties are still around!

Jindie Nails polishes are available to US and Canada customers at International customers click here to find a distributor that works the best for you. Jindie Nails can also be found from FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

***Hot Pink Floyd was sent for review, HK Girl top coat purchased by me.

piCture pOlish – Mallard


I bought my first piCture pOlish bottle a while ago, it was Mallard. This polish is created with The PolishAholic blogger. I really love seeing these blogger collaborations. Who would have better knowledge of what shades are unique and still missing from the nail polish universe than a true polishaholic? Mallard was released as a limited edition shade but has since been added to the permanent range, where it truly deserves it’s spot I might add. I’m still praying to the nail polish goddesses to give me a change to get my hands on another very popular shade, piCture pOlish Kryptonite.

Mallard is a deep dark green polish with green and copper flakies plus a lot of shimmer. There is very beautiful depth to this polish, it glows on your nails and the shade of green is stunning. This applies very well and dries fast. On the photos I have three coats of Mallard on but if you have shorter nails you can get away with just two. I also have Inm Super Fast Drying top coat on. This is a unique shade in my stash and I’m very happy to own it. I actually wore this manicure for a full week :D

Please go read The PolishAholic’s original post where she shares the lovely story behind this polish.

I got my bottle from Harlow & Co. Mallard is sold out at the moment but since it’s now part of a permanent collection you can get yours later when it’s back in stock.



My nails are on fire!


On last week’s ABC Challenge Meredith from Perfectly Polished did these pink nails with Color Club Snow-Flakes. I liked the way those looked and it inspired me to try Snow-Flakes with neon orange. I chose Color Club’s Wham! Pow! from their Poptastic collection and it was just perfect for this look.

For these nails I used three coats of Wham! Pow! and two coats of Snow-Flakes plus Inm Out The Door top coat. The result made my nails look like they were on fire. This was such a bright combination, especially outside in sunlight :D




Cult Nails – Coveted

Today I have a real treat for all of you green polish lovers out there, Cult Nails Coveted. This is a deep emerald green jelly, with flakes and a lot of very fine shimmer. I kept staring and admiring my nails constantly when I was wearing this. Truly a stunning one!

Formula on this is great, it applies smoothly and two coats is enough for semi-opaque result. As a jelly this is never fully opaque and it’s also the jelly finish that gives this one the amazing glow. Some of the flakes were a bit bigger and could be felt but a top coat smooth down most of those. Dry time was very quick with Inm Out The Door fast dry top coat. I wore this for two days and had no chipping or tip wear issues. This was perfect in every way!

If this was love at first sight for you too I suggest you don’t think about it too long. Coveted is a limited edition polish and can be purchased along with other Cult Nails polishes from their website here.


Color Club Oooooo La La with Snow-Flakes

This time I wanted a lighter, fresh looking manicure. I decided to use Color Club’s Oooooo La La (Spring 2009 Femme Fatale) and Snow-Flakes (Holiday 2012 Winter Affair) polishes together.
I applied two coats of pearly white Oooooo La La and one coat of Snow-Flakes. I think it would’ve been better with two coats of each polish but I was afraid of a long dry time. Snow-Flakes brings depth and beautiful shine to the white polish and it looks a lot colder shade layered with white than it does in the bottle.
Unfortunately my camera couldn’t capture what the mani really looked like and all of it’s little color changes. Peachy-pink shimmer on the nail doesn’t show up on these photos at all.