Painted Polish Fall Striper Trio – Spiced Striper, Crunk Striper & Wasted Striper Review & Nail Art

by Lisa Heath

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I have so many nail art goodies to show you tonight and tomorrow from Painted Polish! Last month I showed you the 3 debut Stripers in the Painted Polish shop. To follow up with those 3, Painted Polish has released another trio for Fall 2015! This trio consists of Spiced Striper, Crunk Striper and Wasted Striper! Did I mention last time that I love the names?

In these photos you will also get a little taste of some nail charms that Painted Polish also carries. That post will be up tomorrow since there are so many photos to go through!

Now, we all know my nail art is fairly beginner level – so I did my best. I felt they came out pretty good though!

The stripers come in thin 10ml bottles with a thin, long brush.


The thin brush makes it easier to make a thin line for nail art, even for newbies like me. Well, not really a newbie anymore – but nail art isn’t something that comes naturally for me.

Spiced Striper

Spiced Striper

Spiced Stiper is a bronze holographic microglitter in a clear base. This mani looked a lot different in my head, but I still liked the outcome. I did this over Pretty Serious Cosmetics Absence.

Crunk Striper

Crunk Striper

Crunk Striper is a copper holographic glitter in a clear base. I used this to do a sort of funky french. I did a base of Pretty Serious Cosmetics Absence (love black bases with these)

You also get a look at one of the metallic slice nail charms! I thought the cute metallic heart would go nice with this!

Wasted Striper

Wasted Stripper

Of the 3 striper nail art looks I did – I think I liked this one the best! I used a base of Pretty Serious Cosmetics Presence as a nice white creme base, then added diagonal lines of Wasted Striper. On the ring finger I painted my whole nail with Wasted Striper (another bonus – you can use em as normal polish!) and then added a gold crown charm to finish it off and add a little flair.

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Much like the first trio – I really enjoyed these! They are easy enough for a beginner level nail art person like me, but can also be used by more advanced nail artists. The charms make nice additions as well, and Painted Polish has a nice selection of charms to choose from (which will be in a post tomorrow!)

I also have 12 new shades coming soon that will be up this weekend!

Price: $6.50 Each | $18.00 For the Trio

Where To Buy: Painted Polish Website

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What did you think of these? What kind of nail art would you use them for?

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Manna October 14, 2015 - 7:15 pm

I’ve never had much luck with stripers :( it always looks like a 4 year old painted my nails lol. These are pretty though!

Roselynn Mercedes October 14, 2015 - 7:32 pm

These are so beautiful and definitely love them like I did the original trio. Definitely adding these to my cart on payday.

Marisa October 14, 2015 - 10:19 pm

Ohhhh, those sparkles!! I love these!

Simona October 14, 2015 - 10:55 pm

Love the easy nail arts! I have a couple stripers but never got to use it. My hands shade so bad I don’t think I can use them :(

Naked Without Polish October 15, 2015 - 5:43 am

These are fantastic! I’ve never tried a striper, but this makes me want to.

Nichole C October 15, 2015 - 7:38 am

stripers are so underused. I have some that I always forget about. (also, gotta be careful to spell “striper” right)

Deborah October 15, 2015 - 10:43 am

That blue and white combination is just perfect! Very cute!

Lothwen October 15, 2015 - 11:51 am

I want these.
And I adore the manis you did, so pretty!

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