Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Madam Glam Gel Polish Swatch and Review

I have another review of Madam Glam Soak Off Gel polish today.  I really love this line of gels for their opacity, easy application, and easy removal.
 


 
This is a great silver glitter polish with loads of holographic micro glitters.  I wasn't able to catch the holo sparkle, but they're there and there are a lot of them.  This is fully opaque in two coats.  My swatch is shown with base coat, two coats, and top coat.  The formula was great and I had no issues.
Madam Glam Paradise swatch
Madam Glam Paradise
 
 
Bright ass medium pink.  This is such a great pink in summer, it makes me wanna go party.  Ah-ha-ha-yea.  (1 million internet dollars to the first person to get that reference).  My swatch is shown with base coat, two coats, and top coat.  Great formula with no issues.
Madam glam barbie girl swatch
Madam Glam Barbie Girl
 
 
Madam Glam refers to this as a soft pinky nude.  Buuuuut, I dunno.  This is nude but I don't get the pink in it.  My swatch is shown with two coats plus top coat.  Again, great formula and no issues.  However, what's up with my index finger.  I completely messed that up.  This swatch is the third time I have used this polish.  Keep scrolling for art I did using Ballerina as my base.
madam glam ballerina swatch
Madam Glam Ballerina
 
 
For this look, I used Madam Glam Ballerina, Soft Petals, and Barbie Girl in a nude to hot pink gradient.  I love, love, LOVE how my gradient turned out.  I'm not digging my tips though.  I've been playing around with different lengths and shapes using tips and a gel overlay.  I'll be doing this gradient again on my natural nails soon.
gel polish gradient
 
As you can see, Ballerina doesn't shrink, I just wasn't paying close attention with my previous swatch.  My bad!
 
I also used Paradise in my May Flower themed mani shown below.
 
For my May Flowers mani, I started with a base of Madam Glam Paradise.  After curing, I stamped my image using M Polish Cayuga (black) and Pueen Cosmetics Make Your Day plate.  I then filled in the image using OPI Color Paints Landscape Artist and Pen & Pink.  I finished with INM Out the Door top coat.  I wasn't going to wear this long and didn't do a gel top coat.
 
Thanks for reading!  If you'd like to see my other Madam Glam reviews, follow the links below:
 
  
 




 
 

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12 comments:

  1. Your gradient is gorgeous! One of these days I might actually try some gel polish, maybe. :)

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    1. Thanks! It's one of my favorite gradients to date! I'm actually redoing it tonight for my Mother's Day nails.

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  2. Oooh I've never tried a gel gradient! That's awesome.

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    1. Gels blend so well together. I love doing gradients with them.

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  3. What a beautiful gradient, and the stamping too!

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  4. Love Madam Glam Gel Polishes and such a beautiful gradient x

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  5. I really gotta try Madame Glam. I really love the gradient and nail art you did. Such beautiful work. :-)

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  6. The nude to pink gradient is to die for! So pretty!

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