Sunday, March 29, 2015

Jindie-Dollish Collaboration: Batman & The Joker Duo

Press Sample 

I first need to apologize for being a bad blogger. I promised Jindie (& Dollish) I'd swatch this amazing duo and I didn't get it done in time for the release. Doesn't Life know that blogging is very important?? But! As of this posting there are still duos left so go go go!

In case you haven't heard of this duo, here is the good stuff--swatches!

Shelby Lou Nails
Dollish Polish
"Why So Serious?"
Batman & The Joker Collaboration with Jindie Nails

Dollish Polish mixed The Joker half of this duo called "Why So Serious?" I never saw the movie because I'm not really into superhero movies (gasp!) but I am into this polish. Why So Serious? is described as "A vibrant purple crelly, jam-packed with micro glitter of varying shades, including holographic lime, burnt orange, indigo, blue, black, holographic purple, iridescent blue, plus sprinkled in are olive, orange, and indigo flakes."

For my swatch I used a base of China Glaze Grape Pop with two easy coats of Why So Serious. I turned my bottle upside down before swatching to get the good stuff that had settled a little. The charms are from Daily Charme. I am surprised by how much I like this! It is such a fun color, and I will totally be wearing this on Halloween.

Shelby Lou Nails
Jindie Nails
"Ever Dance with the Devil in the Pale Moonlight?"
Batman & The Joker Collaboration with Dollish Polish
Jindie Nails designed the Batman half of the duo called "Ever Dance with the Devil in the Pale Moonlight?" I can't even with this polish! The shimmer is insane. Jindie describes this stunner as "A light, moon gray jelly packed with classic-light gold and silver flakies, banana yellow squares and small hex, black triangles and small hex, classic and light gold small hex, ultra fine and fine black and yellow matte hex, black small and medium dots, gunmetal small hex and flakies."

For "Moonlight" I started with a base on all fingers of KBShimmer How You Dune? I then did two thin coats mostly of the base and smaller elements of the polish, followed up with some fishing and dabbing of the bigger glitters which were easy to grab. For the accent nail I made a decal using MoYou London Fashionista 04. I stamped with Rica Blackout, painted in the chevrons with Sally Hansen Insta-dri Lightening with a teeny detail brush, then topcoated it and peeled it up when dry. It's my first successful decal! I think it is the perfect accent to this beautiful polish, which I can't wait to wear again.

This duo is very limited and close to sold out, you can follow the links below to grab your set from your preferred indie gal!

Jindie Nails
Dollish Polish

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