Saturday, December 27, 2014

A History Of Violets

Today I want to show you a polish that has been waiting with my untrieds for more than a year now: Jindie Nails A History Of Violets.

My base color is Essence I Got a Crush On Blue (Love Letters Trend Edition), a slightly blue leaning light grey creme. I used three thin coats for opacity.

Then I dabbed on one coat of A History Of Violets, a clear based glitter topper filled with glitters in white, soft pink and various shades of purple in different forms, dots, stars, squares, bars, hexes and shards, plus some iridescent and holographic microglitter.

My bottle of A History Of Violets is quite gritty, almost clumpy, but I think that's because of the age, some of the clear base seems to have evaporated. I added one coat of Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter Food and one coat of KBShimmer Clealry On Top to smooth out the surface.

Jindie Nails polishes are available at their own store, at Rainbow Connection, Norway Nails and at Harlow&Co.


  1. Eine tolle Kombination!

    Liebe Grüsse und ein schönes Wochenende Valena von undnochvielesmehr

  2. I wish the top coat looked a little neater and less chaotic/random, but still, it's a cute combo.

    1. It is somewhat chaotic, as there are all kinds/forms of glitter to be found... ;-)

  3. I love these kind of polishes, with all the different glitters, to me it's perfect for glitters gradient !

    1. I prefer smaller glitters for gradients, but maybe that's because I'm not very goot at it ;-)


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