I won't waste time reviewing the bottle or brush. She is getting them from a distributor and they are average in quality. I had no qualms with them. Since these are frankens, I was expecting the worst in terms of application. However, for the most part, these polishes were super smooth and easy to apply! Anyways, here are some swatches!
|3 coats Kiwi + 1 coat Seche Vite, artificial light
It really looks like the inside of a kiwi! I probably said that 20 times the day I wore this as a full mani. Kiwi is a "kiwi" green jelly-creme hybrid with fine black speckles. According to the sale descriptions this is made from 3-Free bases. This was a little goofy in application, as it was hard to keep enough polish on the brush to get smooth strokes. Honestly, it's not even annoying, because this polish is adorable.
|2 coats Watermelon + 1 coat Seche Vite, artificial light
|close up of the glitter
|3 coats Strawberry + 1 coat Seche Vite, artificial light
|Strawberry Close Up
|2 coats Sneeze Breeze over 2 coats ChG Liquid Leather, artificial light
|Black AND Blue speckles
As a final note, I know that at least a large portion of Kae's proceeds go to Red Cross efforts in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. So if anyone is having trouble justifying the purchase of any more polish, you can justify it as a donation to a great charitable cause!
Thanks Kae! I love your blog and my new polishes!