Nina Ultra Pro Call the Coppers: Swatch and Review

Hello gentle readers.

How much do you love the name of this polish? Call the Coppers.

A Copper! How do you like that boys? I was going to go fifty-fifty with a copper!

I don't have to tell you nutin' copper!

All righty, then.

Now that I have had my little moment. I picked this polish up the same day I bought Orly So Go Diva (featured in my previous post) because it was similar in colour and for some insane reason, I thought at the time that I needed to buy it. Because they were similar.

Yeah. I don't get it, either.

Nina Ultra Pro recently redid their bottles and brushes. Not that I was all that familiar with the old design, I only own one... But I don't know which one. Can't recall. Eh... Call the Coppers is a blackened  brown jelly with small square copper glitter. Very pretty. Very Autumn. Very November. I applied two coats and Gelous and Seche Vite for this swatch.

Check out that brush, kids. Wide, full double brush. I applied this glitter by stroking my nail once or twice then kind of spiffed up the edges. Quick and easy application. Kind of neat, kind of weird... I like a wide brush so this brush doesn't bother me a bit. If you like a skinny or more standard brush or have petite nails, this new brush might not be your cup of tea.




Call the Coppers out in the sun. Oooo! Sparkly!




Application: nice. Easy and smooth and no trouble. Dry time is quick and the finish is pretty smooth even before top coat. But use top coat so that you get max sparkle and glossy fun.

What do you think of this glitter? What do you think of the overhaul that Nina did on their bottles and brushes? Do you own the older Ninas? Do you like them better?

Thank you so much for popping and and reading. Have a great day and may your polish never bubble.

13 comments

  1. natalijayasmina-b.blogspot.comNovember 2, 2012 at 8:28 AM

    super pretty! :3

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  2. Oo, pretty! I have a similar color, but mine dries lumpier. I don't think I have any Nina polishes, but I do like the wide brushes (though I know I am a bit of an odd person for that)

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  3. this one is nice and smooth, no clumping or nonsense with it. I like wide brushes, also. My nails seem to be the right shape and width for wide brushes, I find then easy to use and I get a good result from them. A lot of people don't like them, tho. :)

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  4. Thank you. :)

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  5. I really like this polish, much better than the So Go Diva.


    I also like the wide brushes (even tho I don't own any Ninas, but I'm comparing it to the Sally Hansen CSMs), possibly because my nails have a shape similar to yours, Erika.



    Is this polish available at Sallys, do you know?



    Thanks!

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  6. I bought this one recently but haven't used it yet! I may have to polish my nails with it over the next three days now!!

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  7. I bought this one recently but haven't used it yet! I may have to polish my nails with it over the next three days now!!

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  8. I intend to use this soon, as well. It will work great for the rest of Autumn. :)

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  9. Double post. :) For some reason, I can't seem to delete comments with Disqus, anymore.

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  10. Yes, this polish is available at Sally's. That is where I bought this. Keep an eye out, they frequently have sales on Nina and it is pretty affordable, anyway. I am going to have to pick up more colours and check out the quality of their other finishes, now. :)

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  11. Ok first of all-you're a supreme DORK!!! And second-this is a glitter bomb so not for me, although I confess I am wearing glitter on my nails right now-and third-I am not a fan of the big brush. My poor tiny nails just can't handle the big boys! HEHEHEHE

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