I love Springtime and thank you Karen Jo at Sincerely Polish for creating these gorgeous floral polishes in the Garden of Eden collection! I started out sampling beautiful minty green Shellflower. It’s got a faint smattering of iridescent microglitter, enough for that extra shine, but not so much as to change the creamy formula.
I tried to set the camera a bit out of focus on the macro shots to show you how pretty the iridescent glitters shine. Just the right amount.
The first coat goes on a bit thin, but by the second coat, and I used a thicker layer the second time around, fills in nicely. The same method was used on the Primrose shown in this blog. I’ll be posting a followup on the other three shades from this collection as soon as I locate my props! The other three will be Sweet Pea, Petunia and Bluestar.
Here is pale yellow Primrose.
Sigh, why is it I have such a hard time removing each polish when I have to go on to the next swatch?
They are so pretty, wait! I can paint my toes and leave them on a good long while. No way am I going to show you my feet. Take my word on that! 😉
Handmade with love in California, Karen Jo is an awesome indie polish maker. Her collections are inspired by all the things in her life. Visit her store at http://sincerelypolish.storenvy.com. You can also find her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SincerelyPolish and @sincerelypolish on Instagram.
I received these polishes for review and all opinions are my own.