Here we go again with another Jindie Nails glitter topper from the Glitter Topper Mod Quad collection. I have previously reviewed Sparkle on the Vine and Dancing with the Stars. The fourth and final shade Eclectric is also coming up soon :)

So this is A History Of Violets and here’s how it’s described on the Jindie Nails website: “It has a mix of white, periwinkle, lilac, lavender, wine, opaque matte burgundy, opaque matte light purple, opaque matte dark purple hex, dots, stars, short bars (just a few). squares and lots and lots of purple and silver shimmer throughout.   This polish features a few new glitters I haven’t used before, including matte gray and white dots & moons”.

On this manicure I used two coats of Essie Lilacism, two coats of A History of Violets, coat of Glitter Food and G & G HK Girl top coat.


Application was excellent, no issues. Glitters applied nice and evenly, no fishing, dabbing or placing needed. This is a very pretty glitter topper and I’m loving the colors for fall time. Layering this over an icy blue will make it perfect for winter too.

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***A History of Violets was sent for review, other products used on this manicure were purchased by me. I don’t benefit from clicking  the links on this post.