Hiya guys. It's finally time for the weekend and for some fun. I'm more than a little ready to relax some more and not think about work. So let's get right to it and dive right into some fun and polish! I have two polishes I'd like to show you today and these are from the Spring 2015 release from Signet Nails. Let's check them out.
Both polishes from Signet Nails Spring release are already available for purchase. These are sold individually and only in full sizes for $8.50 each.
Lapis Lazuli is a bright blue jelly polish filled with glitters and flakies. I cannot get over how strikingly beautiful the color is and how well it compliments my skin tone. The combination with the glitter and flakies give it a really unique feel and vibe. The formula and consistency were great, not too thick or too thin. I had no issues with the removal either as it did not stain my nails whatsoever. Swatched here is two thin coats and sealed in with Signet Nails own Gloss Topcoat.
I was also sent their gloss topcoat for reviewing purposes, so I'll mention a few things I discovered while using it for a brief time. The topcoat is only offered as a variation to the matte graphite top coat, Dolph. It's currently not listed as a standalone item because it's merely meant as a quick solution to your top coat needs. Although it is shiny, I don't find the topcoat to give much of a lasting gloss. It's a thin formula as well which will not work well with glitter polishes. I did manage in my week of use to top off some nail art with it, for the most part it worked decently, However, there were some times it smeared my art. While I cannot recommend the top coat as a great item you'll need to have, I will say it will get you by in a pinch if you don't have an alternative to use.
Overall I'm really satisfied with my first experience with Signet Nails. Both of the shades here felt very unique and unlike anything in my collection, which says a whole lot since I own over a thousand polishes at this point. It's a shame about Sunshine Strawberry not wanting to work in the sunlight for me, but even knowing that I still love it because of that smooth formula. If you're in the market for trying something a little different, then check out Signet Nails. All polishes outside of their Spring collection have been marked down to only $5.00, it's a great time to grab something new. So tell me guys, which one of these did you like best?