Jindie Nail’s Princess Consuela Bananahammock

Hello! So this is my swatch of Jindie Nail’s Princess Consuela Bananahammock! I took the pictures in white light of my bedroom.

Princess Consuela Bananahammock is from the series ‘Friends’ when Phobe changed her name to this hilarious name! It is a bright yellow crelly (me likey!) with a whole lot of small matte satin red, neon pink, orange hex glitter, medium neon orange and neon dark orange hex glitter and matte red tiny star glitters. I used 3 coats for this polish before it was fully opaque.

The hex glitters, both small and medium, weren’t that difficult for me to fish them out. To prevent my nails from looking too bulky with overload of glitters, I tried to make the first 2 layers as clear of huge glitters as I could. For the 3rd layer, I made the bottle do headstands so that I can fish out the bigger glitters and hence the results. Hexes aren’t difficult to fish, it is the stars that are difficult. I only managed to get one on my left thumb. LOL!

Princess Consuela Bananahammock

Princess Consuela Bananahammock

View of the thumb

View of the thumb

 

Huge thanks to Jindie Nails for hosting the giveaway of which I won the Spring Chic Collection which this polish is included in! Do check out her website (click!) but she doesn’t do international shipping anymore. For international shipping, you can get the links to the other websites like Llarowe and Meimei Signatures from her website itself.

I hope you like my 2nd swatch and do stay tuned for more polishes to come! I change my nail once-twice a week so do keep a look out! And remember to grab a bottle of Jindie Nails today!

Lotsa love,
Carmen Sarah

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