Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Sincerely Polish Madamoiselle Polishes

**press sample**

Good evening everyone! I hope you're all having a good week! 

Tonight I have 3 more polishes from Sincerely Polish to show you. When Karen first asked me if I'd like to do some swatching for her I hoped she would send me some of these. I love "crelly" polishes, ones that are a combo of cream and jelly... you can see through the layers but they build to opacity. Personally I don't like being able to see my nail below my polish. I don't mind it on other people, but on my fingers I like the polish to completely cover everything. And these do just that. 

The Madamoiselle Collection was created by Karen inspired by her boyfriends cousins. These young ladies must be pretty sweet because so far all of the polishes I've seen from this collection are about as sweet as polish can be. All of their names start with M, and her boyfriends name is Mark. Sounds confusing to me, but it is pretty adorable. 

First up is Mariel. 

Mariel is a white crelly polish with baby blue and mint circle glitters, mint square glitters, and baby pink hex glitters.

For this mani I used 3 coats of Mariel with some placement of the large circle glitters. (More because of my pickiness than out of necessity. I wanted at least one of each on each nail on multiple layers.) I sealed it in with 1 coat of Glossy Glam.

I found the formula on this one to be a bit thick, but not unmanageable. White polishes are notoriously difficult to get full coverage with, and at first I thought this one would be like that. But I was pleasantly surprised. After I got all of my coats on it was a bit uneven, but topcoat smoothed it right out. It was almost like the polish was waiting for the topcoat to level. 

This polish is so squishy, I love squishy polish. (we aren't going to count how many times I repeat that fact... :)) It reminds me of some sort of magical funfetti cake batter, it looks almost good enough to eat! 


Next up is Maria Veronica.

For the life of me I couldn't get this polish to photo true to life. I tried it in front of pink and in front of black. The pink helped some, but it still doesn't show what a lovely soft shade of pink this is. 

Maria Veronica is a pale pink crelly with light pink hearts, lavender and pink circle glitters and small purple glitters. 

For this mani I did 3 coats of Maria Veronica with some placement for the hearts, then sealed it in with 1 coat of Glossy Glam.

This is probably the girliest polish I've ever seen in my life, I absolutely love it. It would be a perfect gift for a mom to be that is expecting a little baby girl, that is the first thing that pops into my head. I plan to get this one out on days when I'm feeling especially blue and "unpretty". We all have those days, I think this one along with a fresh face of makeup would cheer me right up and make me feel all girly again. 

This one was a bit thick like Mariel, but just as before it's not unmanageable. Actually I think if it were thinner it would pool and go where you didn't want it to. With it being a little on the thick side it sticks right where you put it. 


And last but certainly not least, Mia.

Mia is a light lavender crelly polish with pink and purple glitters of different sizes and hues, small white hex glitters and micro silver glitters.

When I opened Mia I actually squealed; literally squealed out loud. I then quickly messaged Karen and asked if she looked through my Instagram before she picked these out because this one SCREAMS Casey. I love a good purple polish, and if you add layers of crelly glitter in there I'm a goner. 

For this mani I did 3 coats of Mia and topped it with 1 coat of Glisten & Glow's HK Girl Fast Drying Topcoat. I didn't have to do any placement with this one, the glitter distributed all on its own. I'm still wearing this mani and plan to wear it until tomorrow night. It's vet and bath night for poor Sammie the beagle, that always does a number on my nubs. Plus I have some more Sincerely Polish Polishes coming my way tomorrow that I'm sure I'll want to try right away. 


Overall I really love these polishes. The consistency was a bit tricky to work with at times, but they ended up leveling out nicely. I think next time I use them I might start with a teeny bit of thinner and see if that helps. 

Sincerely Polish can be purchased on their website here. Be sure to follow Karen on Instagram for more pictures and updates. 

Just Ricarda's Glossy Glam can be purchased through their Etsy store here

Glisten & Glow HK Girl Fast Drying Topcoat can be purchased through their website here

Be sure to follow me on Instagram for more pictures of polish and a few pictures of my silly pets and the love of my life. 

I hope you all liked these polishes as much as I do! I will be bringing you more Sincerely Polishes in the near future and I can't wait to share them with you!

I hope you all have a nice evening! 


**The Sincerely Polish polishes in this post were sent to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. For more details please see my disclosure policy.**

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