A Look at Tip Top Nails

A few weeks ago, Tip Top Nails contacted me and were sweet enough to send me a few of their beautiful colors all the way from South Africa to try out!  If you’re not already following Tip Top’s Facebook page, I highly reccomend it!  They frequently give out awesome tips and tutorials 🙂

I recieved 5 beautiful colors- Perfect For Me, Perfect Look, Wild Thing, Popsicle, and Turbulence- as well as a combination base coat and topcoat All-In-One.  I used the All-In-One as my basecoat for each color and it worked wonderfully!  Now on to pretty pictures!

First up is Perfect For Me, a bright neon pink!

This is a bright, glossy neon pink- not too blindingly bright, but still neon!  I used 2 coats for these photos and no topcoat.  A neon that’s glossy and not matte!

Next is Perfect Look, a sheer white jelly.

It wasn’t clear from the bottle, but this is definitely more of a jelly polish- it’d be perfect for jelly sandwiches.  The photos are of 4 coats, and there was still NVL.  It reminds me a lot of a slightly whiter version of Essie Marshmallow, which is (was) my favorite go-to polish for jelly sandwiches!

Tip Top’s Popsicle, a gorgeous peach-leaning pink with a strong pink-silver shimmer.

This was my very favorite of the bunch- and I did love them all!  The photos show 2 coats, no topcoat.

Wild Thing, a beautiful shimmering ocean blue.

This photo shows 2 coats, no topcoat.  You’ll see it again Thursday playing underwear duty for another polish!

And last but not least, I have Turbulance- a gorgeous shimmering midnight blue that leans a tiny bit purple.

These photos are 2 coats, no topcoat, just like all the others.  They’re all just so shiny and pretty!

I hope you enjoyed my photo spam!  Sadly Tip Top Nails is only available in South Africa 😦  But you can check out their Facebook page, and you can find their main webpage here!    Be sure to check back tomorrow for Go Pink Wednesday- I’ll be showing off 2 separate manis!

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2 responses

  1. Mona

    They’re all so pretty!

    October 10, 2012 at 7:22 am

  2. Pingback: Go Pink Wednesday: International Brands and Indies! « Polish Monster

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