Today I tweeted a photo of a few bright polishes that landed on my door step,
normally I am refrained and don't test things out instantly but man the bright pink in the trio
which is called Jinkie Pink was pestering me all day to be worn, I relented and boy am I glad I did.
Bio Sculpture Nail Polish in 105 Jinkie Pink is a bright neon pink
that does remind me a little Orly Passion Fruit but less red toned.
Basically it is the perfect neon pink for me as it is not cheesy or cheap looking like Barry M Neon Pink
or the Stargazer neon polishes which both have a slight frost finish.
Unlike other neon polishes which tend to be matte this has a glossy finish which saves time if like myself
you hate matte polishes...shudders!
I'm growing quite fond of the Bio Sculpture Gel Nail Polish formulas,
they apply well and have a great consistancy, not too thick not too thin
and the brush is a great size and shape so it is very easy to control - how cool is the pointed lid?
One thing I will say about Jinkie Pink is that it is a jelly type shade so it will take more than three coats
to cover up your nail line, I don't personally mind it but thought I should point it out.
Oh and the drying time of Bio Sculpture Gel Nail Polishes is pretty impressive too.
You can read more about Bio Sculpture Gel Nail Colours here and find stockists too!
Nail Polish Disclaimer - I will no longer be commenting on the wear of nail polishes
unless it chips instantly etc as I change my nail colour too frequently (sometimes daily),
to comment properly on the wear and as we all use different techniques such as top coats/base coats
I don't feel that my comments on wear time are helpful in any way.
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