I saw these cute crellies (cream+jellies) for sale on Sally Beauty’s site and put them in my basket immediately. For all four of these I used my fav base and top coats – Orly Bonder and Seche Vite.
Electric Cake is a hot pink crelly with green, blue, silver, pink, orange and yellow glitters in different sizes. This is three coats with one top coat layer. I could’ve gotten it a little smoother with two. Formula was easy to work with.
Dilly Dally’s base was similar to electric cake except it leans a little more purple. There’s tons of blue glitter in multiple sizes. Again, three coats polish and one coat topcoat. Formula was exactly the same…easy to work with, no issues.
Garden Gnome is a neon purple crelly base with blue glitters in multiple sizes with some bar glitter mixed in. I don’t usually like bar glitter but these were on the small side and added something different. No snags, all of it smoothed out with top coat. Three coats polish and one coat topcoat.
Sweetie pie is a white crelly with different glitters in neon pink, yellow, and green. Some of the glitter in this one was on the larger size, bigger than the glitters in the others, but still no issues with application. Three coats polish and one coat topcoat.
I love that retail polish companies are realizing that there’s more to polish other than cremes and glitter toppers. These colors are great for summer – neons with a little extra glitter for when you’re sick of cremes. The formula on all of these was good – no pooling, no fishing for glitters, no issues at all. Next time I’d probably use two coats top coat just to get an extra smooth finish but other than that I loved them. These are regularly super affordable at $1.69 but they’re on sale right now for $1.49 on Sally Beauty’s site! These are smaller bottles at 7.5mL/2.5 fl oz with the tops as wide and tall as the bottle but the brush is easy to work with – not too big, not too small.
I also purchased a couple of Bitzy glitter polishes. I’ll post those soon.
Which one was your fav?