Sunday, April 28, 2013

Jindie Nails Princess Consuela Bananahammock and Pickled Tink

Hello Lovelies! As I mentioned, over the next few days, I will be sharing my reviews and pics of the pretty spring polishes that Jen of Jindie Nails has sent me. I began with smashing reviews of Fantastical and Nude Beach. Now it's time to jump in and check out Princess Consuela Bananahammock and Pickled Tink!

Here is Jindie Nails Princess Consuela Bananahammock.
Princess Consuela Bananahammock is a "yellow crelly base with assorted hex and star glitter."
It took two coats of Princess Consuela Bananahammock to reach full opacity, one coat of Gelous, and one coat of Seche Vite to acheive this look.
I love how this polish is packed with hot colored glitters!

Here is Jindie Nails Pickled Tink.
Pickled Tink is a "hot pink jelly base with glowing blue and purple glitter, small silver dots, small light pink dots, small silver and light pink stars, and a few large light pink holo dots. Plus major color shift shimmer that shifts blue/purple/green/violet."
This polish is AMAZING!!! The color is stunning and the circle glitters add the perfect subtle accents.  
It took two coats of Pickled Tink to reach full opacity. This polish went on very smoothly and covered beautifully.
To complete the mani, I used one coat of Gelous to smooth the glitters and one coat of Seche Vite as topcoat and to speed dry time.
I adore this. ^.^
Both polishes are top quality and definitely wonderful additions to my collection! Jen just opened her shop today, so head over and grab as many as you can. :) 

To purchase Princess Consuela Bananahammock, Pickled Tink, or other polishes by Jindie Nails, you can visit Jen's shop or her etsy shop. You can also shop on Llarowe. Make sure you head over and like Jindie Nails on FB to stay updated on restocks and new polish releases.
Have a fabulous evening and as always,
Happy Lacquering! =)

*This polish was sent for my honest review.


  1. Both are great colors! So pretty :)

  2. I absolutely love the large circle glitters in polishes and the way they stand out! Beautiful swatches as always :-D