Hi everybody, today I have a review of two polishes from All that Jazz. This is a new polish brand to me, and I was excited to try their products. I was also sent their Bee Bar lotion which I will review in a separate post once I have had a chance to use it for a while.
Ok so since I have been having a flare up of my eczema (which I hope the Bee Bar helps) I haven’t been doing my nails as much and taking it easy when it comes to swatching, so don’t expect to see any 12 swatch reviews coming at you any time soon 🙂
Ok so when picking the first two polishes for review I thought of the nail art I could create, and you will see what I decided to do with the two polishes at the end of the post.
At the top we have ‘Dancefloor Confessions’ which is an extremely pretty pink holographic glitter polishes packed full of glitter, which is just the way I like my glitter polishes. At the bottom we have ‘Rosy Lee’ which is a beautiful pink nude peal polish. When I saw these two I knew what I had to do with them 🙂
Rosy Lee is such a perfect colour for weddings, and I just love it. It was perfect in two coats. It did take a little care in application due to its pearl finish, which I couldn’t capture with my camera in this shot, but can be seen in the bottle shot. This is two coats with base line (base coat) and Top note (top coat).
Gahhhh look at the luscious glittery goodness that is ‘Danefloor Confessions’ I love love love this glitter. It really is perfection, this is three very thin coats again using the same base coat and top coat. Ok so I have a few more pics of this gorgeous glitter polish below because I wanted to show you just how glittery it is.
So tell me it isn’t just the most pretty pink holographic glitter polish you have seen?? Well I am certainly in love with it.
So here is a pic of the nail art I did, I’m sure most of you who know me knew I was going to do a Glitter Gradient with these two lovely polishes. I haven’t done a Glitter Gradient in a while, but love them and think this is very wedding appropriate. I will be posting a full tutorial on my YouTube Channel tomorrow of how to recreate these.
All that Jazz polishes, top coats and base coats range from £9.98 to £11.99, which is very reasonable for the quality of polish. They also do some lovely collections which are well worth checking out because you can save money by getting them 🙂
I am looking forward to trying out some more of the polishes I received from All that Jazz and absolutely love the names of all the polishes, it’s always a plus when a polish name puts a smile on your face.
Thanks for reading xxx