Sunday, February 16, 2014

Sincerely Polish Mademoiselle 2.0!

**press sample**

Happy Sunday night everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend. I've got a bit of the Sunday blues, but that's normal. Ready to get back to work tomorrow. I'm so excited to let you all know that my blog is now at!!! My sweet sweet hubby set me up with my own domain, I'm so excited! It's a little thing I suppose, but it makes me feel more legit. :) 

So how about we talk about some polish? I've got a lot of great ones lined up for you this week. 

Tonight I want to show you some of the Mademoiselle 2.0 polishes from Sincerely Polish! Karen Jo reformulated her original Mademoiselle polishes with her new 5 free formula! For my original Mademoiselle post click here

More pictures and details after the jump!

First up is Mia.

For this mani I used 3 thin coats of Mia, followed by 1 coat of Gelous, then 1 coat of Just Ricarda Glossy Glam.

Mia is one of the polishes that I have from the original formulation, and I can tell you that the new formula is an improvement. The old formula was great, but the new formula flows a little easier and the glitter disperses a little easier. Plus I think that 5 free lacquers have a little less offensive odor. It's probably not as noticeable to most people, but on days when I'm swatching 10+ polishes, it makes a difference. 

I loved this polish before and I still love it now. It's one of my favorites out of the entire Sincerely Polish collection, not gonna lie. It's gorgeous. :) 


Next up is Marvi.

For this mani I applied 3 thin coats of Marvi, 1 coat of Gelous, and topped it with 1 coat of Glossy Glam. 

Marvi is really beautiful. As I've said before, I'm not a fan of bar glitter... but sometimes it works for me. Marvi is one of those times. And I love that you can see down through the layers of this polish. This one flowed perfectly, no placement needed.


Now Marie Joyce. 

For this look I used 3 thin coats of Marie Joyce, 1 coat of Gelous, and 1 coat of Glossy Glam. 

I love this green! Oh... it's so pretty. It's even better in person, as usual.... but trust me, if you like green polishes, especially soft seafoam type greens with lots of sparkle, you need this one! The application was just like the others, glitters flowed nicely with no placement required. 


Last but not least, Mariel.

For this look I used 4 thin coats of Mariel topped with 1 coat of Gelous and 1 coat of Glossy Glam. 

Mariel is another one of these polishes that I had reviewed before. I'm not sure if it's the new formula or just me but this time I had way fewer bubbles. And I love this polish... it's such a soft, milky jelly. I loved it before and I still love it now. 

The Mademoiselle 2.0 polishes are available now in the Sincerely Polish store here. Buy the entire collection and save! As far as I know these beauties are here to stay, but follow Sincerely Polish on Instagram for updates and more pictures!

Glossy Glam is available in Just Ricarda's Etsy shop here

Gelous can be purchased at any Sally Beauty Supply store. I highly recommend it if you have any indie glitter polishes. It's great to use on top of the polish before topcoat to give the glitters extra smoothness and depth. 

Hope you all have a great week! Thank you for reading!


**The polishes in this post were provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. Please see my disclosure policy for more details.**

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