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Sunday, 7 July 2013

Pocket Money Polishes I Want Candy [Untried Polish Challenge Day 9 *Newest*]

Pocket Money Polishes I Want Candy
Pocket Money Polishes I Want Candy


I'm moving from oldest untried to newest - this was out of the jiffy bag and on my nails within the day! A neon glitter - and a UK Indie brand! I Want Candy is a new colour from Charlie at Pocket Money Polishes and it's astonishing - so bright and cheerful.

I love neon glitter, and square glitter, and this polish has both! The other thing I like about it is that the glitters are the satiny-opaque type rather than transparent, so the polish works great as a topper over any colour base. I chose a navy, B. Complete Brit, as my undies for I Want Candy - but I think it would look great in combination with just about any colour.

B. Complete Brit is a Superdrug brand, the polish is OK, I quite like the colour and it was opaque enough in two coats. Had I been wearing it alone I'd have probably done a third coat. The brush on B. Complete polishes is too big, ridiculously big! I like a bigger brush, so I can enough colour on to cover the whole length of my nails, but this is too big even for me. I'm not sure I'd recommend B. Complete polishes and I won't buy any more myself.

But the point of my post is to show off Pocket Money Polishes I Want Candy, which I think is fantastic. I used two thin coats here, the glitters are perfectly suspended in the base so no fishing or dabbing required. I added a coat of Gelous and a thick coat of Seche Vite quick drying top coat to get a nice smooth finish to the mani.

Pocket Money Polish I Want Candy


Pocket Money Polish I Want Candy
Pocket Money Polishes I Want Candy

And of course it's awesome that this is a UK Indie brand! Here are a few macro shots to show the variety in the glitters - first in the bottle........

Pocket Money Polish I Want Candy
Pocket Money Polishes I Want Candy

And then on my nails!

Pocket Money Polish I Want Candy

Pocket Money Polish I Want Candy
Pocket Money Polishes I Want Candy


I love this glitter - I really, really didn't want to take it off my nails! This is one I'll be coming back to over and over again.

I purchased I Want Candy direct from Charlie at her website, along with another couple of bright glitters I'll be showing soon. I Want Candy is officially released on Monday 8 July; I mentioned to Charlie how much I like neon glitter and she told me about this polish she was working on, so I was lucky to get a bottle early. I purchased the B Complete polish from my local Superdrug.

And now I'm past half way in the untried challenge (although to be fair I don't really count polishes as untried until they've been around a few weeks at least, so I think today might be a bit of a cheat) - 7 more to go!


Other bloggers taking part in the untried challenge are:

Jonochi at Just Add Polish
Masha at Lost In Lacquer
Raine at Lacquer Lily
Amy at Fancy Side
Amanda at Designer Nail Accents
Sam at Polished Art
Lizajane at Organic Neglect
Blueberry Pie at Blueberry Nails
Kristina at Lacquer Fetish 
Missy at Gnarly Gnails
Uni at Acetone FIles
Erica at Coat of Mani Colors
Isabel at Little Fairy
Raux at Raux Polish 



10 comments:

  1. This glitter is gorgeous! Love the shapes in it :)

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  2. That glitter polish is awesome! It is so bright and fun!

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    1. Thanks - I love jolly glitters like this!

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  3. Love the colour combo in the glitter polish, and the blue you used for the base - it works so well together!

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