Kylie is an icy silver shimmer with hints of lilac, it also has micro glitter running through it in pink and silver.
Application of this polish was smooth and easy and coverage was opaque in 3 coats, if I had done a slightly thicker second coat I could have probably stopped there, but as I normally do quite thinish coats, there was slight nail line still visible after the second but this was eliminated with the third coat. This polish, even with the glitter through it, was smooth without top coat.
So here is 1 coat of the Knight, 3 of the polish and 1 of the Shield.
When I got these polishes, I also got an Andrea Fulerton Nail Art 'Dot and Flick' dual tool in Judy (black) and some Andrea Fulerton Nail Tattoos, and the one I will show you is called 'Chains'.
Now, I am not very good with the nail art, I normally stick to basic polish or layering, sometime a tape mani but freehand is not my strong point, but I thought I would give it a try.
Saying that, I found the 'Dot and Flick' Pen very easy to use, it has two parts, a pull off lid with the dotter and a screw lid with the striper tool. I was able to use the striper with ease and found it distributed the polish evenly and in straight lines without needing too much coaxing.
The Nail Tattoos were also very easy to apply, they are self adhesive so do not require glue, I just lifted the strip from the sheet with tweezers and placed on the nail and then used a pair of nail scissors to trim the excess.
Here is the above mani with the 'Flick' part of the tool to do the lines and one of the 'Chain' tattoos inbetween the two lines. I also added another coat of the Shield to this to seal the design.
Andrea Fulerton polishes and art tools can be bought from Superdrug or Amazon. The polish is 5.5ml and costs £4.99, the Dot and Flick tool is 6ml and costs £3.99 and the sheet of Nail tattoos costs £1.99.
I hope you like this and thank you for looking <3
These products were sent to me for review.