Hello! How was everybody's weekend? Good I hope. I'm excited to show you these next 2 polishes. These are the last 2 of the Utopia's Polish reviews I have for you. If you missed my first review, featuring 2 Valentine's Day polishes and a St. Patrick's Day polish, you can find that by clicking here
a white jelly base with blue, gold and pink (some holo) hexes, circles and fine holo glitters.
All photos of Bunny Slope are shown as 2 coats topped with 1 coat of Glitter Food and 1 coat Mega Shine.
If you have been following me for a while you know I have a weakness for crelly base polishes, so I already knew I would like this. What I LOVE the most about it is that it is probably the most opaque white crelly I've ever used. These pictures show it as 2 coats. Period. No undies. There is so much glitter in it too, and you never have to fish for them. The formula is perfect, no flooding, pooling, dragging, clumping or getting gloopy with use. Since there are so many glitters in it the finish is textured so a glitter smoothing top coat is required, I use NPB Glitter Food, then to give shine and help dry I use Sally Hansen Mega Shine.
a turquoise jelly base packed with hexes of various sizes in pink, purple, blue and silver with fine holo glitters.
All photos of Brilliant Ideas are shown as 3 coats topped with 1 coat Glitter Food and 1 coat Mega Shine.
Brilliant Ideas has a perfect formula as well. It did require a 3rd coat to make sure there wasn't any VNL but it wasn't too thick and dry time was great. I used Glitter Food with this one as well, though the glitters were less textured I still wanted to ensure a super smooth finish. I'm super in love with the color combo in this squishy jelly beauty!
You can purchase Utopia's Polish on Etsy here. Full size bottles are priced at $9-$10 each.
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So what do you think about these glitter bombs? Make sure to come back tomorrow, it's Try it on Tuesday!
♥ Gini ♥
(This product was sent for review. All Opinions are my own and were not influenced by Utopia's Polish in any way.)