Danglefoot Nail Polish Love You Berry Much & Angel of Music- Swatch & Review
Hello, my lovely readers; I hope you have all had a wonderful relaxing weekend. I received a little bit of nail mail over this weekend so keep your eyes peeled for some exciting and fun posts coming your way. This past week I felt compelled to bust out some of my untried Danglefoot nail polishes, it has been way too long since I have worn a Danglefoot polish, and these two definitely didn't disappoint. So let's jump in and take a closer look.
I purchased these two gorgeous polishes a few months ago from Hayley's Etsy shop, I hadn't actually got around to wearing them until now. I am trying to get through my untried polishes, and I am so happy I began with these two.
Love You Berry Much has a dark purple jelly base with lots of scattered holographic glitter, this polish is definitely one I would consider blurple in colour as in some lighting it looks blue and others it looks purple.
This polish was on the thick side just because of how much glitter is packed into that jelly base, it was really easy to apply to the nail and reached full opacity in 2 coats. This might even be able to be opaque in 1 coat if your application is flawless and there are no bold spots. For my swatch pics I used 2, even though this is packed with the glitter I didn't have any problems removing it from the nail or any staining.
The other polish I tried was Angel of Music, I recently used this for my base polish in my Born Pretty coffee mani. This is a beautiful nude creme with a strong pink shimmer that does translate to the nail.
No matter how hard I tried I could not capture that gorgeous pink shimmer on camera, I am not normally a fan of nude polishes but this one I surprisingly really loved. This did take 3 coats to be fully opaque, it was on the sheer side but not so sheer that it was runny. The formula was easy to work with and did apply smoothly to the nail.
I can not believe I have had these two gorgeous Danglefoot nail polishes sat in my helmer and not swatched them. The formula was just like all of the other Danglefoot polishes I have tried, so easy to work with and applied really well. At the moment Hayley is still closed but I believe she is hoping to open back up soon. I know that she is doing an indie box in October with a few other UK Indies with a Dr Who theme, so I will definitely be keeping my eyes open for that.
Danglefoot Nail polish is a UK indie brand run by the lovely Hayley, all of her polishes are 5 free, cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. As I said she is shut at the moment but I will leave the link to her Etsy store down below and all of her social media.
I would love to know your thoughts on these two Danglefoot polishes, also am I the only one who is dying to start Halloween mani's! October can't get here fast enough for me LOL.
As always I hope you are all having a fabulous nail day, and I will chat to all you wonderful people again soon.