Avengers... I mean... readers assemble! Today I have an upcoming collection to share with you from the wonderful brand Ninja Polish! This Infinity Gems collection is based on the Marvel Infinity Gems (also known as Soul Gems) and consists of seven linear holographics and one microglitter topper. Don't they look simply MAGNIFICENT?!
"Power" - A cherry red linear holographic. I'm pretty sure this would match perfectly with Iron Man's suit. If you were to layer a coat of "Infinity Gauntlet" on top of this you'd basically have the perfect Iron Man-icure. Heh heh. I used just two coats here.
"Time" - An orange-copper linear holographic. The brown tones in this one make it a fairly wearable orange for me. I used two coats.
"Reality" - A green-toned yellow linear holographic. I'd say it's part yellow, gold, and green. Really interesting shade of yellow if you ask me. I used three coats.
"Soul" - A grass green linear holographic. I'd say it's a little bit deeper and not quite as chartreuse as the Hulk. I liked the opacity of this one at three coats.
"Mind" - A deep royal blue linear holographic. If Captain American wore nail polish I think he'd totally wear this one. If I had been more careful I think it would be a one-coater (YES!), but I used two here.
"Space" - A medium lavender linear holographic. This one seems to be the most holographic of the bunch. I love that it is a bright purple but still appears somewhat soft. I used three coats.
"Infinity Gauntlet" - A clear-based glitter topper filled with gold holographic microglitter. I think this one works more as a topper rather than a full opacity microglitter, but you might be able to build it up on its own. I used two coats over Ninja Polish "Obsidian Dreams". (P.S. I wish I had an Infinity Gauntlet prop so I could have worn it while taking the photos of this one.
I also wanted to mention that this collection water marbles beautifully! Just look at all those rings I was able to get! Such a good spread! I attempted to do some patterns, but I am horrible at water marbling so I'll just show you my pinky, which seemed to turn out pretty well.
Brand name: Ninja Polish
Collection name: "Infinity Gems"
Price: $60 for the full set!
Release date: July 6th
Where to buy: www.ninjapolish.com
Where to follow: Facebook & Instagram
My opinion: All six of the holos applied super easily and dried crazy fast. Like, really fast, which was great for quickly building them up to opacity. I also opted to show these without top coat because they're quite shiny on their own, which I love! "Infinity Gauntlet" is a great gold microglitter if you're looking for one, but I can't help but wish for like a gold flake holographic or maybe even a rainbow of small hexes thrown in with the gold microglitter to represent the Infinity Gauntlet with all six stones inserted. But that's just my glitter-filled-polish loving side coming out! ;)
P.S. I don't think I've said anything on my blog let, but I wanted to let you all know that I'm currently swatching every single Ninja Polish shade! Past, present, and future! I'm so honored and excited to be working with Ninja Polish. It's going to be a big job, especially because I'm trying to be really particular about consistency, but I'm excited to work my way through them! I'll be sure to let you know when I'm all finished!
As always, thanks for reading!
*The polishes in this post were provided for my personal and 100% honest review.*