Jior Couture Holiday 2014 Partial Collection Review

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Hi there!!!!!

I am just going to jump right in it today!  Short and sweet!
I have another holiday collection, well part of the collection. This is three polishes from the upcoming Holiday 2014 collection from Jior Couture they will be available December 12.

I was sent three polishes and I couldn't wait to get them on my nails when they arrived.


I am going to show you my favorite first.  This is Believing Is Seeing, it is a pale pale pink that is PACKED with multi colored glitter in various sizes.  I did not have to fish for this glitter.    Because the pink was so sheer I used four coats here and I topped it with Glossy Glam.   This one reminds me of Christmas candy, I am not sure why.  It just does.  This shade makes my skin look an odd shade but the color of the polish is spot on.  It just doesn't play well with my skin tone.





Son Of A Nutcracker!!!!  This is three thin coats topped with Glossy Glam.  It's so squishy and wonderful.  It is also super packed with glitter. I was so impressed that I didn't have to work to get glitter out.  This is a pink jelly polish full of black, white and gray glitter in various sizes and shapes. It is a jelly polish so you will see nail line, just use an opaque color if you prefer to not have that show.




The last one is Things We Can't See and I used two thin coats and topped it with Glossy Glam.  This polish is so super complicated.  It's kind of green and there is this amazing glitter in there.  The red glitters in there really pop.






I thought there were great holiday polishes!
I can't wait to see what people say about the rest of the collection.

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****Polishes sent for review, all opinions are 100% my own****

2 comments

  1. All three are nice. The last polish just screams fall/winter to me.

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  2. Love these! Especially Believing Is Seeing and Son of a Nutcracker! (I also just love that name!)

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