Serum No 5 Indi-Glo

Still in the April part of the pile at the moment, but that brings us to this beautiful blue. I bought this from Rainbow Connection and I had seen people using this polishes and they all looked amazing but to be honest, I thought a lot of it was going to be down to clever photography, I had absolutely no idea they were as awesome as this one is.

Indi-Glo is a gorgeous royal blue and I completely forgot to check plus I’m too lazy to go do it now but I am pretty sure this would be a dupe for Barry M Blue Grape, which is my favourite blue ever!

This applies beautifully and dries quickly to a slightly sandy texture which is likely because of the glow pigment/granule thingies. This is 2 coats with one coat of Seche. Clean up is easy and so is removal but I do recommend using a good base coat because this is potentially a stainer.

Just look at that colour! Will you just look at it, look at it deep, find comfort in it, love it, need it, be it, BE THE COLOUR!!! It’s proper lush though, innit? Then add in the fact that it does this in the dark…

…and my love for it grows even more! It does have to be charged up by a bright light like any other glow in the dark items but I honestly thought it would just immediately stop glowing. It didn’t! I charged it up for this photo using my nifty UV torch and then I wore the polish for 2 days and 2 nights and it was still glowing pretty well on the 2nd night. I am super impressed with this polish and I NEED MOAR hahahaha, it could become a problem. 
I can only find that Rainbow Connection sell these in the UK and all their remaining ones are currently in the discontinued section, they are on sale which is good but then it looks like they won’t be selling them anymore *sad face* I just grabbed Coral-ectric and Kiwi Glow Now. I’ve got an idea for some nail art I want to do with these, so hopefully I can put that together soon. What would you do with them?

Author: Chrissie

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