Candeo Colors Jellybean

Monday, June 18, 2012

I'm so excited to show you what nail polish got today in the mail! Usually when I receive nail mail, I play with it for a few days, trying it out in different ways before photographing it but not today. Today, I wanted to show you Candeo Colors Jellybean as soon as I could possibly slap it on my nails and take pictures.

When I first saw this nail polish on Kris' blog, My Lucid Bubble, I let out an audible gasp. I knew I just had to have a little bottle of this polish all for myself. It's even better than I thought it would be! A pale yellow base with round copper, blue and purple glitters along with micro copper, spring green, yellow and purple glitters.  I was so pleasantly pleased to find that it covered perfectly in two coats. I didn't have to fish around for glitters to dab onto my nail, it just applied perfectly. 

If you had described to me this combination of glitters, I would have probably laughed at you. I would have never in a million years visualized this combination of glitters to be polish to be so neat looking! I absolutely love it. Check out how it looks with a dessert themed stamp on Nail Polish Wars

I am so pleased with this polish, I can't wait to get my hands on more Candeo Colors. In a world where there are so many indie polish makers that you can throw a rock at the internet and find one, I think Melinda and her polishes stand out. I absolutely can't wait to get South St. (I miss Philly so much! There was an Indian restaurant on South St. that I used to frequent all the time.) and Divebomb makes me weak at the knees.

Full bottles are $8 each and mini bottles are $3.50. Candeo Colors can be found at their website, here.

What do you think of Jellybean and of Candeo Colors polishes?

Product featured was purchased for personal use. For additional information, please refer to my Disclosure Policy. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

So, what do you think?
Please be respectful and do not spam links. If you'd like to link back to your own site, please use the feature in Disqus that allows you to do so.