Today I show you this truly gorgeous indie, Foxy Paws When You’re Gone.
Everyone knows the nail polishes of the large and well-known brands, but there are also so-called indie brands. Nail polishes of these independent brands are handmade by people who have a passion for these products. The nice thing about indies is that they often have special colors and are not mass produced so you have an unique manicure.
Foxy Paws is such an indie brand. The polishes are handmade by the Danish Charlotte. In the Netherlands, you can shop at this lovely brand at Djasa.nl.
Foxy Paws When You’re Gone is a royal blue jelly polish that’s filled with hex glitter in various sizes with a holographic and gold finish. Charlotte has specially designed this polish for her own wedding in 2015. The color is really beautiful!
Because When You’re Gone has a jelly basis, you can build it up very nicely to give it lots of depth. On the macro picture below you can see the glitter of this beauty quite nice.
As I said Foxy Paws When You’re Gone has a jelly base. It is quite transparent so by adding more layers you can create an almost 3D effect . Despite it being a jelly you still get an completely opaque result with only two layers. On the swatches I applied two coats and no topcoat.
Because of the good pigmentation it is important to use a good base coat to prevent the natural nail from discoloring.
I like the brush that comes in the Foxy Paws polishes. It is something on the short side but you can work neatly with it.
Foxy Paws When You’re Gone is really packed with glitter but it does not dry with a lot of structure. On the swatches I didn’t apply a topcoat and as you can see it is not so bad with the structure. You can give it a smooth finish with a thicker topcoat.
I think this is really a very beautiful color! What do you think of this When You’re Gone?
The bottle contains 11ml and costs € 11.95. You can purchase Foxy Paws When You’re Gone at Djasa.
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