Vampira Polish for Gothic Nails has red glitter thrown into black base. The base is sheer so the glitter is easily visible on the nails. It dries a bit gritty to the touch. Apply one coat of top coat and the surface will be smooth.
Cosmic Polish for Space Age Nails has tiny holographic glitter in the black base. The base is again sheer out so the glitter is easily visible on the nails. The glitter is sparse. The polish reminds me of night sky full of stars. It dries a bit gritty to the touch. Apply one coat of top coat and the surface will be smooth.
Vintage Polish for Elegant Nails is a mint green creme shade. One of the rare ones that actually look good on me. I like the color a lot. The polish itself is on the sheer side. I think there three coats shown in the photo below.
Rain Polish for City Nails is a light grey that has a lot of blue in it. It also has tiny silver shimmer.
I’m not a huge fan of Eyeko’s brush. It’s a bit too long for my taste. And I’m not sure if I like the bottles. What’s bothering me the most is, that they are not stable enough. Other than that. Nice polishes.
If I’m not mistaken these are going to be discontinued soon (or some already are), so if you like them, hurry up. ;)
Here’s “group” photo of the polishes.
And a “Cloudy sky” konadicure I did using the Rain Polish by Eyeko, Konad IP m61 and Konad Special polish in White Pearl.
What do you think about Eyeko polishes?
* Products were sent to me for review purposes.
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