Next up in my series of guests posts is a fantastic nail blogger – Kerrie from PishPosh and Polish – who does some amazing nail art that’s definitely worth checking out if you’re in any way a nail fan. Kerrie will be introducing us to an Indie nail polish brand called Chirality.
Hi there lovely readers, I’m Kerrie from over at PishPosh and Polish and I knew as soon as Sascha said she wanted guest posts that I would love to contribute! This blog has been so influential in my beauty purchases and although I normally blog about nail polish I have managed to acquire a pretty hefty beauty stash too!
Today I am going to be sharing a new brand that I have just encountered called Chirality, this nail polish is just simply stunning! I have spent so much of my day just staring at the pretty polish on my nails!
This polish is called Cu2+ which is a teal polish infused with loads of holographic glitter. This is two coats but you could almost get away with one. Application was easy with this polish, I know that some holographic polishes can be a pain to apply but this one was a breeze! It applied like butter on the nail!
What I also love about this polish is the fact you can see the holographic qualities of this polish even in low light conditions (although this polish really comes alive in direct sunlight!). Plus a layer of topcoat (I used Seche Vite for these photos) doesn’t seem to dull the holographic particles either!
This polish reminds me a lot of the original A England collection but Chirality have lots more fun funky colours! You can buy these polishes over at Etsy for just over a fiver, to make shipping worth while your best bet is to pick up a couple of polishes at once, but that’s not a bad thing!
Anyway I am going to go stare at my nails some more. I would like to say thanks to Sascha for letting me guest post on her blog and don’t forget to pop over to mine and say hi at any time!
Isn’t it a gorgeous polish? Thanks so much Kerrie for your brilliant introduction to this brand and thanks also for including such great and clear photos for us to lust over! For more from Kerrie, don’t forget to head over to her blog, PishPosh and Polish.