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Jindie Nails // Happy Dance

Hi guys! Today I will show you another Jindie Nails and it's called Happy Dance!

"Happy Dance has red, hot pink, teal and grape purple matte satin glitters in a white creamy base", says Jen about her polish and I couldn't describe it better.

Some of you may know that I'm not a red lover, but the glitter combo in this polish is so beautiful that I was really curious and impatient to see these red glitters on my nails.

2 coats of Jindie Nails Happy Dance - neon light with flash
2 coats of Jindie Nails Happy Dance - artificial light with flash
Oooh pretty, right?! ♥ Even though I hold a bottle of OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls in the pics, I didn't use it!!! It's only there because I like the shape of OPI bottles and the position of my fingers on it :) Pictures are 2 coats of Happy Dance over my basecoat (Orly Nail Defense). As you can see the 2 coats are enough for full opacity and I like that! No need to bother with a base color =D And about the red glitters? Well I LOVE them!!!

I also took pics of the first layer :
1 coat of Jindie Nails Happy Dance - neon light with flash

Application was great! No fishing was required to get the 2 large red glitters on my nails. However, I didn't get a single purple glitter with the first layer but several came with the second one.

Jindie Nails nail polishes retail at $7.75 and can be purchased on etsy HERE.
Don't forget to follow Jindie Nails on Facebook HERE for updates, and on Instagram HERE.

*This polish was sent for me to review with my honest opinion


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