Sunday, January 27, 2013

Sindie POP Lacquer: Mr. Duck

I have a series of swatches to present to you over the next week or so. I'm honored to have been chosen to swatch and review a few of the permanent polishes from an up and coming indie brand: Sindie POP Lacquer brought to you by Jessica D. This first polish was actually on my wish list for quite some time, and Jessica was sweet enough to send it over:
Mr. Duck by Sindie POP! Lacquer

Mr. Duck, inspired by the ever so lovable Disney character, Donald Duck, contains medium red hexes and small gold and white hex glitters in a beautiful blue to turquoise shimmer (almost metallic looking) base. The formula of this polish was great, and I was definitely very impressed. 

Keep in mind that indies are hand made with each batch and glitter settling can occur, a factor that can sometimes make or break it with me (but that's just my personal preference). I had a couple of instances where the polish arrived with all of the glitters settled at the bottom of the bottle. My previous experience with other glitter containing polishes with colored bases (and even plain glitter toppers) have disappointed me in how difficult it is to resuspend the glitters in their bases prior to use, but this polish was definitely NOT one of them. Not only were the contents of this (and that of the others I received) still evenly distributed, but each brush stroke was packed full of the glittery contents that this polish contained. 
This photo was taken under a low light setting to better illustrate the gold glitters present in this polish:
 Here's a close up shot of the glitter goodness that this polish has:
I used:
Sephora by OPI Base Coat
3 thin coats of Sindie POP! Lacquer Mr. Duck
Essie Good to Go Top Coat

Mr. Duck is part of the Sindie POP! Lacquer permanent collection and is currently on pre-order from the Sindie POP! shop. Check out the Sindie POP! Facebook page and Instagram for updates, previews of new collections, and swatches of the other polishes available.

NOTE: These polishes were sent to me for review. All thoughts and opinions are that of my own.

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