A pretty, pink cream combined with neon pink confetti, that has to be pretty right?
You’ve probably heard the term indie brand before. An indie brand is an independent brand, offering handmade polishes that are not mass produced. Foxy Paws is such an indie brand, set up by the Danish Charlotte. She designs and makes all the polishes by herself, each polish is made with love. Of course, the polishes of Foxy Paws are 5-free and not tested on animals.
I have reviewed two beautiful Foxy Paws polishes earlier last year on my blog. Foxy Fishbabe and Colors of the Wind. I have more pretty Foxy Paws polishes in my stash and I will review them all for you.
Foxy Paws I Want to Break Free has a sweet, pink cream base that is filled with neon pink hex confetti. I find the combination of a semi-opaque cream base with glitter or confetti really cool. It gives a very subtle and yet playful effect.
On the macro shot below you can clearly see the confetti.
The formula of Foxy Paws I Want to Break Free is not the finest, it dries quickly and can therefore become a bit chalky. The pigmentation is very good, with only one layer it is fully opaque but to intensify the playful effect of the confetti I have applied a second layer.
I really like the brush that comes with the Foxy Paws polishes. I’d liked it if the brush would be slightly longer but given the shape of the bottle that’s not possible. The brush is cut off neatly and fans out nicely across the nail. You can work very precise with this brush.
By default Foxy Paws I Want to Break Free has a lovely glossy finish but due to the confetti it dries with a lightly structured finish. With a thicker topcoat you can give it an almost completely smooth finish.
With a matte topcoat this polish is really nice!
You can purchase Foxy Paws I Want to Break Free at Djasa. A bottle contains 15ml and costs €11,95.
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