Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Colors by Llarowe: Jelly Finish Lineup

Howdy, hope your day is going well!  I have a lot of jellies from Colors by Llarowe to show you today.  They are each very pretty and true to jelly form - sheer and squishy.  Only 1 of the group I have in this post built up to opacity on it's own.  I don't really mind visible nail line, but if you do these probably aren't for you.  I'm not certain if all of these are currently available but you can purchases a large variety of Colors by Llarowe in an assortment of finishes on the Llarowe website.  You can follow Llarowe on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  

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This is Yen, a hot pink jelly with iridescent flakies and shimmer.  The larger flakie pieces are sparse but the shimmer makes up for it.  I used 3 layers and no topcoat.  The jelly finish on this was lovely,  squishy and easy to use.


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Evey Yen has a Yang.  Yang is a grape purple jelly with iridescent glitters.  The coverage on Yang was a little more opaque than Yen, but since it's a jelly it didn't build up to complete coverage.  I used 3 coats and no topcoat.    


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This blue jelly fellow is Paradise Found from the Beauty of Nature collection.  It's an "ocean blue jelly with sapphire sparkle and lilac sheen."  It's very lovely.  It had a really squishy formula and the shine is great.  The shimmer/sheen really stands out in this one.  I used 3 layers and no topcoat.  


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Montana Sky is another jelly from the Beauty of Nature collection.  It's a "royal blue jelly with blue shimmer and iridescent glitters."  I loved the deep blue color on this one.  The smattering of glitter and shimmer really make for a lovely combination.  This one had a nice formula and was one of the more opaque jellies of this bunch.  I used 2 layers and no topcoat.  


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And last but not least, my favorite of the polish in this post is Bluebonnets.  Bluebonnets is from the Deep in the Heart of Texas Collection.  I don't believe it's available any more but it was a limited edition charity polish to raise money for the victims of the tornado in Granbury in the Spring of this year.  It's described as a "deep royal blue jelly with pink shimmer and iridescent glitters."  Coverage and formula were both heat.  I used 2 layers and no topcoat.  


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