If anyone had told me a year ago that I would be sitting in my dads old garage which I simply call ‘Dads Place’ in the U.K writing a nail blog at the age of 53 I would have said no way, how! but here I am finding myself doing exactly that thanks to some lovely polish sisters within the nail community who helped me to realise that I can do it. When those beautiful people read this blog they will know who they are and I am truly grateful for their encouragement and such kind comments to my posts, also for their private messages offering help, guidance and support should I need it. Continue reading “Welcome to my world of Indie Nail Polish”
This is my absolute fav from this collection, Erumpent dance is described by Suzie as an ethereal multichrome that shifts dark rose gold/green/purple with flashes of blue.
shown here is two generous coats and boy oh boy just look at this baby 😀 ❤ (lots of photos I just couldn’t help myself.)
This is one of my favs from this collection, and is described as being a teal base filled with gold/green unicorn pee sibling pigment shimmer.
Shown here is 2 coats of ‘Cristatus’ topped with a generous coat of ‘Leave his brains’ and I love it! ❤
This is the other core creme polish created to compliment another beauty in this collection. This is described as a teal creme shown here in two coats and please make sure you wear a base coat with this beauty just to be on the safe side 😉
I annoy people is described by the maker as a turquoise super holo and just WOW it is really a stunning gorgeous polish, here it is in all of its glory at 2 coats.
This polish is a unicorn pee topper filled with purple/blue iridescent flakies and it is gorgeous, here it is shown over Atropa 😀
Atropa is one of the creme polish created to compliment a topper from this collection and it is beautiful. It is described by the maker as a dark aubergine purple and was made to go under the unicorn pee/flakie topper which is up next 😀
This polish is described by Suzie as a turquoise/green/purple multichrome with purple/pink/gold magnetic pigment (& a sprinkle of holo!)
I used the arc magnet for these swatch photos.