Today I am super excited to share with you my very first Chirality Nail Polish creations! I have admired Amanda's pretty polishes ever since I first saw them, so I was thrilled when she contacted me about reviewing her new Cereal Killer collection. Super punny collection and polish names aside :) all four polishes that make up the collection are fun milky white bases stuffed full of fun glitter (which as you may recall reading is a type of polish I'm totally obsessed with right now) so I really love them all -- take a look!
(For all swatches)
On my nails:
1 coat Innisfree Eco Peel-off Base coat
4 coats Chirality -polish-
1 coat Deborah Lippmann Addicted to Speed
Bundy Berries is a milky white base full of all sorts of lovely blue glitter -- bright blue, sky blue, and navy blue, both shiny and matte, and tons of bright blue microglitter. I believe this is the only one without the holo/iridescent microglitter, but it absolutely isn't lacking for it! I love this one to bits, it's my favorite of the collection. It reminds me of a pretty delicate robin's egg :) Even though the base is white, it pulls very light blue in person because of all that glitter layering -- which I love! It smoothed out quite nicely with just one coat of topcoat too, which I appreciate.
Dahmer Crunch is a milky white base with a variety of sizes of black matte glitter, black microglitter and holo/iridescent microglitter. This one reminds me of Oreos! I love how the rainbows from the holo microglitter spark out against the black. This one was a bit bumpier than Bundy Berries (I think because the glitter is a bit denser) so you may want more than one coat of topcoat here.
|indoors, natural light|
Special BTK is a white milky base full of a variety of sizes of red glitters, red microglitter, and the holo/iridescent microglitter. I have a hard time not thinking Christmas at this one -- bringing back fond memories of my cute candy cane manis from a couple months ago! I think it was in between Bundy Berries and Dahmer Crunch in terms of bumpiness, but two coats of top coat couldn't hurt here.
|outdoors, overcast - shows microglitter well!|
And lastly Raisin Gein is a milky white (?) base full of various sizes and shades of purple matte/shiny/holo glitter, as well as holo purple microglitter. The ? is because official info says white, but it sure looks a little purple to me! Either way, it is absolutely lovely, and it's tied for my favorite of the collection. I love the abundance of holo goodness, so pretty :) On par with Bundy Berries in terms of smoothness; one coat of top coat should be good.
|indoors, natural light|
All of them were pretty sheer but of course buildable (I used four coats but you could potentially get away with three if you're careful; I wanted to make sure to have no bald spots for my pictures). Application started out very easy, with the glitters going where I wanted and the base applying nicely; as I added on coats it got a bit more difficult to avoid some glitters sticking to each other but not too bad. I suspect that the biggest part of my problem was mini bottles get gloopier a little quicker which impedes easy application, so when I tried to avoid glooping up my bottle (in particular with Raisin Gein) I had an easier time. As I already mentioned some were better at smoothing out than others; when in doubt I think two coats of topcoat would be adequate for all, which I don't think is too bad for glitter polish :)
I really adored this collection! Not a surprise to be honest since as I already mentioned I'm really digging those milky white glitters these days :) All of them were super lovely; this post actually took so long because I couldn't resist wearing each as a full mani, haha. Big shocker that my favorites are Bundy Berries and Raisin Gein -- can never resist a good purple or blue polish! Overall an excellent intro to Chirality; can't wait to try out more :)
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Have a great day! ♥
~This polish was provided by Chirality Nail Polish for an honest review~