Jessica Cosmetics

                                                                            *Provided for review

          Hi! Tonight I bring you a new to me brand, Jessica Cosmetics. I was recently contacted and asked to pick 6 colors of my choice. I have to say that I was happy to see that they have a very wide selection of creme polishes. I feel like everything now either has glitter or holo. Or both! For that reason, none of the polishes I chose have glitter. I was sent a base coat specific to my nail needs. I have some crazy ridges in my nails so I was sent the Flawless base coat. And lastly, I have a bottle of their Brilliance top coat. Let’s get to the swatches 🙂

          I will start with Lime Cooler. This is a very bright pastel green crème polish. Application on the first coat was a little patchy but it evened out with 3 thin coats. This is pretty common of any polish this color. I used 3 thin coats and JC Brilliance top coat.

3 thin coats of Lime Cooler with JC Brilliance top coat
 
 
 
Monsoon Melon was my next pick. I have so many polishes this color but I just cant help myself! Its a bright color without being too bright. Very eye catching for the summer. Again, the first coat was a tiny bit patchy but it evened out nicely. I used 3 thin coats with JC Brilliance top coat.
 
3 thin coats of Monsoon Melon with JC Brilliance top coat
 
 
Argon Blue is next and it really surprised me. It looks so blue in pictures. Even in my pics it looks so blue. In real life this is almost a teal/aqua hybrid. It is gorgeous no matter how you see it. This polish has more of a crelly formula. I used 3 thin coats but it would work with 2 thicker coats.
 
3 thin coats of Argon Blue with JC Brilliance top coat
 
 
Sky High is the last solid color I chose. I thought that this was more of a pastel blue, also a weakness of mine. It turned out to be a greyish blue. Its very pretty. Application was good! 3 thin coats with JC Brilliance top coat.
 
3 thin coats of Sky High with JC Brilliance top coat
 
 
The last 2 polishes were my favorite. I didn’t realize how apt I am to choose certain colors lol. Foxy Roxy is one of those colors! She is a slightly metallic magenta polish. So perfect in 2 coats with JC Brilliance top coat.
 
2 coats of Foxy Roxy with JC Brilliance top coat
 
Foxy Roxy macro
 
 
Iridescent Eye was actually way out of left field for me. This is not the typical color I tend to wear. I have to say that I really loved it. This one had the best formula of all. It is a gorgeous multi chrome polish that shifts between green, gold, and blue. The green and gold are definitely the most prominent. The color shifts really easily!! It wasn’t streaky at all. It was a little sheer so I used 3 thin coats plus JC Brilliance top coat.
 
3 thin coats of Iridescent Eye with JC Brilliance top coat

3 thin coats of Iridescent Eye with JC Brilliance top coat

Iridescent Eye macro

Iridescent Eye macro
 
 
Overall, I really like this brand! Very saturated colors and pretty good formula. Let me give you a quick quote about this brand: We are a prestigious natural nail care line known globally for our professional products and trend-driven colours which are cruelty-free, 7-free and vegan friendly. You can find our products sold and used by celebrities, luxurious spas and retailers around the world such as Harrods in the UK, the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills, The Ritz Carlton Denver, Hotel Bel-Air and The Waldorf Astoria to name a few.”
 
I mean, with a 7-free formula and availability in those high end places, that should say enough! Make sure you check out Jessica Cosmetics for yourself! All links are below!!
 
 
 
 
 
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