Julie G Spring Nail Polish Collection - Photographs and Swatches - Plus... A Special Surprise Giveaway!

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I'm making a return to my roots to bring you nine beautiful Julie G nail polishes, including new for spring shades! This is my first experience with this brand and I was really excited to try them out and share them with you.


All nine of these polishes have been swatched over base coat and topped with Seche Vite. Overall, the formula on these polishes is excellent. With the exception of the neons, which gave me a little bit of back chat, all of these polishes applied without streaking, dragging, running or pooling. I had a little bit of bubbling with Cabana Boy but that may have been my over agitated base coat, not the polish, it's self. All of these polishes are opaque in two coats (the neons over a white neon base) and dry in good time, with a quick dry top coat.

Would you like to see swatches?


Three soft, dusty shades perfect for spring!


Dream in Pretty is a lilac creme.


Santorini is a pale blue creme with a nearly hidden silver micro shimmer.


Rio De Janeiro. Dark dusty rose creme. This was almost a one coater. If it weren't for my stupid ridges...


Here are three fun, saturated brights. I'm really digging these, right now.


Tropical. I love this bright turquoise green!


Julie's Fave. And of these nine, mine, as well. This sun drenched coral is right up my alley.


Cabana Boy is a rich blueberry creme. Now, I don't like to eat blueberries (sorry not sorry but blueberries, to me smell like ass) but I love this polish.


Ready to get your neon on? All three of these polishes were applied over a generous coat of white neon base to allow opacity in two coats and pop the true, bright hues.


Bikini. This retina scorching orange/coral is a joy to look at. Unfortunately, it is NOT a joy to apply. This polish wanted to streak, drag and get lumpy. Lots of polish on the brush, working fast and plenty of Seche Vite to smooth it out, gave me the best finish.


OH EM GEE this neon fuchsia is so pretty! Like many neons, this one is a bit snotty to work with but a white base and plenty of polish on the brush help. Besides, this insane colour is worth the effort.


Fierce and Fab is a violet purple neon. The formula on this one is a bit more biddable than the other two neons.

I am so impressed with the quality of the formula of Julie G Nail Polish and the colours are gorgeous. I am so happy that I got the chance to try these beautiful polishes and I am really enjoying wearing them. If you like the look of these pretty, pretty polishes, non affiliate links are provided for your shopping pleasure.

What are your favorites of these nine beauties? I ask because, as a reviewer I have been given the happy task of sharing with you a special giveaway opportunity! Starting today, April 27th and running through May 4th, CLICK THIS LINK to enter to win your choice of one of three 3 Polish Packs. (Colours swatched in this post.) There will be four winners, in all. This giveaway is administered by Jessie's Girl/Julie G and is subject to their terms.



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