Today I have a full swatch and review to share with you of the new Juicy Jewels collection releasing on July 22nd from Tux Polish! These were sent to me for review, this collection includes 5 neon glitter crelly polishes, an amazing white, and an out of this world glitter topper! This post will be very photo heavy so I’ll go ahead and jump into the swatches! I want to preface this by saying that these all stamp very well, and all swatches will be shown with 1 coat of Pure on my ring nail.
First up is Pure, described as a “pure white creme.” This polish is amazing! For my swatch I did only 1 coat and it had fabulous coverage. With careful application this polishing and a nice thick coat this one was a one coater for me across the board. This is also a phenomenal white for stamping! It stamps super crisp and didn’t dry too quickly on me. Definitely a winner!
Next up is Unicorn, a completely customizable layered glitter topper! This is such a fun idea, and I am head over heels for this polish! My bottle started as a predominantly blue bottle since my topmost layer is blue. At checkout you will be able to customize what color is at the top of your bottle. Unicorn will also come with 2 mixing mixing balls and Polish Nectar (a thinner and conditioner) to add at your discretion when you are ready for your layers to mix. This was shipped all the way to me in Texas and arrived with very little settling. I will show you how it swatched today at 1 coat over Pure unmixed and then mixed over Zoya’s Willa.
Next up is Sparkling Guava described as “a pink crelly base with shimmer and holo glitter.” This one had a very nice formula and was completely opaque in 2 coats. On my ring nail I used Pure as a base and it was just slightly brighter. This is such a cool neon crelly and stamps so well over white and black!
Next up is Peach Mimosa, described as a “peachy-orange crelly base with shimmer and pink holo glitter.” This one had a really great and easy 2 coat formula as well, and was only a tiny bit brighter over a base of Pure on my ring nail.
Next up is Pink Lemonade, described as ” a neon yellow crelly base with shimmer and pink glitter and pink holo glitter.” This one is so bright and fun and looks amazing stamped over white! Pink Lemonade did have a little bit of a thinner formula and I needed 3 coats for it to be opaque on it’s won. Over pure it only needed 2 coats and was much brighter so I definitely recommend the base for this one!
Next up is Acai Limeade, described as “a lime green crelly base with shimmer, blue glitter, and silver holo glitter.” I had such a hard time photographing this polish! I tried my best to bring these back color accurate, this is a very bright lime green with a ton of the fun blue glitter popping through. This one has much the same formula as Pink Lemonade so a little on the thinner side. It was opaque on it’s own in 3 coats but was brighter and opaque at 2 coats over a base of Pure.
Lastly I have one of my favorites, Blueberry Smoothie described as a “blurple crelly base with shimmer, flakies, and some blue and silver holo.” This one has such a great creamy formula and was completely opaque in 2 coats. I didn’t notice much of a difference when painted it over Pure so I would forgo that step when using this polish. The shimmer in Blueberry Smoothie stands out so well!
So that wraps up my swatch and review of the Juicy Jewels collection, are you planning on picking any of these up? Be sure to check out my YouTube swatch for a full stamping demo as well! I will be featuring these beauties on this week’s But Do They Watermarble so stay tuned for that and thanks so much for reading along! Visit Tux Polish on their social media:
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