Right, on to today's post! Trind send me their Paradise Island collection, which consists of 4 polishes, 2 cremes and 2 shimmers. I mainly know Trind for their wide range of nail care products, and I liked the products that I tried of them, so I was curious after these polishes. They are from their Caring Colors line, those polishes are developed to maintain your pretty nails. Now I don't know how well they do that, because I just swatched them, but I do know I liked their application!
Each polish took 2 easy, streak-free coats (or 3, if you prefer thinner coats) and I just love streak-free cremes! I applied the 2nd coat thicker, but even with a thicker coat these dried surprisingly fast. They're shiny as well, I didn't use top coat for my swatches. The brush of these polishes is fairly small, especially compared to the wider brushes that seem more common nowadays. But I don't mind smaller brushes, it takes more strokes to cover the nail, but I find it easier to polish neatly around my cuticles and that helps with the cleanup afterwards.
Minty Mojito is a bright mint green. I have quite a few minty greens, but I think it is actually unique in my stash because it's brighter than similar polishes (I haven't doublechecked on nail wheels because I ran out of them and am waiting for my swatch sticks). Unfortunately it does give me red fingers aka lobster hands.
Blue Lagoon is one of the shimmers in this collection, but it's a lot more vibrant than I could capture! It's a bright azure blue with subtle green/blue shimmer. Very pretty if you ask me :)
Purple Sunset is a red-based purple and was the most pigmented of the bunch. My camera shows it too blue though (heh, now there's a surprise!), so I used my phone in an attempt to capture the color better, as you can see below.
Tropical Blue is a cobalt blue shimmer, and it's a beauty, look at that shimmer! I like this one most on my photos, but in real life, it's Blue Lagoon that wins the race.
I think the 2 cremes aren't so unique, but the shimmers are and I really like them. However, they do stain (especially Tropical Blue), so make sure to use basecoat with them! Overall, this was a pleasant introduction for me to Trind's polishes. One big downside for me though? That funky cap isn't a problem with polishing, but it does make the bottles too high to fit in my precious Helmers! >.<
If you want to see their whole line of colors, have a look here. If you're not sure where you can buy Trind products, have a look here and select your country for more information.
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