Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Nayll Create Your Own Polish Swatches and Review

*Press Sample*

Today I have for you some polishes I created through a new brand Nayll.  Nayll has an awesome concept in which you can create and name your own polish.  On the website you choose a base (clear, blue, red, pink, yellow and black) and then choose what glitters or shimmers you want to add to make a unique polish.  Within 48 hours of ordering, you polish is mixed and shipped to you.  They also have a line of previously mixed polishes.

I had lots of fun making my own mixes and I'm pretty pleased with the results.

First is a polish I named In a Galaxy Far Far Away.  I was watching Cosmos while creating.  This one has a black jelly base with gold and white stars, holo bar glitter, and gold micro glitter.  I absolutely loved how it came out.  I was also pleasantly surprised that I didn't have to fish out the stars.  No complaints about application.  This polish builds up to opaque in about 3 coats, but I chose to layer one coat over a black creme to better show it off.






Next is a polish I called Golden but kind of wish I called Black Gold.  This one is a shimmer I created by mixing gold and black/gray pigments.  It came out like a blackened, vampy brown/bronze.  Again, no complaints about application.  This is 2 coats.





Dynasty is the only one that I'm not absolutely in love with.  It's what happens when you don't quite think things through.  It has a red jelly base with black micro glitter and gold holo glitter.  It sounded good while creating, but didn't come out like I envisioned.  The base wasn't as bright red as I thought and in the bottle looked more brown than red.  I swatched it on its own and then layered it over Sally Hansen Cherry.  Three coats alone, 1 coat over the red.






Opposites Attract is another one of my favorites.  My mom actually tried to steal this one from me!  It has a blue jelly base with different sized blue glitter and both circle and square red glitter.  Love it!  It's definitely glitter dense.  Since I added so much glitter, it did get a bit clumpy, but it was definitely workable.  This is 2 coats.




Last but not least, I have a polish from their pre mixed line called Birthday Shots.  This one is a glitter topper with gold micro glitter and blue and pink bar glitter.  I layered one coat over both black and white.




I had so much fun creating these!  It would make such a cute gift!  Each polish starts off at $12 and for each glitter/shimmer you add on 30-40 cents.

Nayll Polish can be created at Nayll.com

These items were sent for my honest review.  For more information, please see my disclosure.

1 comment:

  1. omg this is so fun! i want to start creating my own polishes!

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