Jindie Nails Holiday & Winter 2013 Collection Swatches and Review Part One

by Lisa Heath
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Jindie Nails Holiday & Winter 2013 Collection Swatches and Review Part One

Tonight I have a treat for you!  This is part one of the Jindie Nails Holiday & Winter 2013 Collection!  Part one will consist of the holo’s and duochromes in the collection.

I am kind of ashamed to say that this is my first experience with the Jindie Nails brand, and I can tell you now, this is an amazing way to start!

Let’s get started!

You Can’t Turn A Ho-lo Into A Housewife

You Can't Turn a Ho-Lo Into A Housewife

You Can’t Turn A Ho-lo Into A Housewife is gorgeous in it’s own right, but … the name sells it for me.  Yes, that’s just my personality and humor style!  This is a multi-chrome and linear holographic polish.  It shifts from red to blue to purple.  I used 2 coats for this photo.

You Can't Turn a Ho-Lo Into A Housewife CU

You Can't Turn a Ho-Lo Into A Housewife AL

O Holo Night

O Holo Night

O Holo Night is a a blackened navy blue jelly base with a  linear holo with violet and blue shimmer throughout.  I used 3 coats for this photo.

O Holo Night CU

O Holo Night AL

Vixen

Vixen

Vixen is a deep burgundy/wine linear holo with color changing flakes within.  I used 3 coats for this photo.

Vixen CU

Vixen al

Twerkin’ For A Birkin

Twerkin for a Birkin

Twerkin’ For A Birkin is a gorgeous multi chrome which includes shifts from silver, gunmetal and several shades of green including a bright lime green to a gorgeous emerald green.  I used 3 coats for this photo, and below are a couple more photos where I tried to capture the shift a little more.

Twerkin for a Birkin side

Twerkin for a Birkin CU

Twerkin for a Birkin full

Multi Trick Pony

Multi Trick Pony

Multi Trick Pony is another multi chrome  which shifts from purple to turquoise blue, violet, purple and red, with  flecks of silver and silver shimmer.  I used 3 coats for this photo.  Below are a few more photos to capture the shifts.

Multi Trick Pony CU

Multi Trick Pony side

Multi Trick Pony CU

My Top Picks:  Multi Trick Pony, You Can’t Turn A Ho-lo Into A Housewife and Twerkin’ For A Birkin

Price: Between $8.00 and $8.50 for the polishes shown here

Where to Buy: Jindie Nails Website

Hope you loved the colors shown in this post!  I still have 9 more of the Jindie Nails Holiday & Winter 2013 Collection to show you – so stay tuned!

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11 comments

Anna Howard December 5, 2013 - 8:18 pm

Gorgeous swatches! So happy to see you trying out Jindie Nails :) I have been a loyal customer for a while, never disappointed with any of Jen’s gorgeous creations <3

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Anna Howard December 5, 2013 - 8:40 pm

I also loooove HK Girl topcoat! Just bought a backup of my unused backup bottle tonight lol <3

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roula zgheib December 6, 2013 - 3:01 am

hi i want to say how mutch this butte ? and were are ur magazine or stock? thx

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Painted Fingertips December 6, 2013 - 7:18 am

These are all gorgeous!

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Jess Scull December 6, 2013 - 1:08 pm

Gorgeous swatches! LOVE these so much!!!

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Shipra December 6, 2013 - 3:25 pm

Wowwww.

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Emily Lacquerologist December 6, 2013 - 7:07 pm

Beautiful! I don’t own any Jindie Nails holos!

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Toria Mason December 7, 2013 - 8:01 pm

O Holo Night is lovely!

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