|L to R: Mayonnaise, Matte Is Murder, Fuggin Ugly & Fatty's Got More Blood|
So let's talk about the formula on these, because they're unlike anything I had previously seen, and still better than what I've found close to them. I have had my mini bottle of Mayonnaise for about a year, and despite being a matte formula, it has not dried out from occasional use. I don't know if this is just a problem in our house because of a certain boy who leaves caps off and makes messes (this is why he paid for this order, he destroys matte nail polishes), but I have serious issues with matte anything drying out. Although I can see a little change in the overall formula after a year, it's certainly nothing I'm complaining about. I'm honestly surprised I still have any left. The formula is so easy to work with, it dries quickly, but not so quickly that it's difficult to apply, and it has this amazing silkiness to it that I've yet to find in other matte polishes. I could be because of the unique finish that I've found only with Manglaze polishes.
|Overview. Fuggin Ugly, Matte Is Murder, Mayonnaise & Fatty's Got More Blood on the thumb.|
I know, I'm awful at applying nail polish. It's one of those things that I've never been great at, but I enjoy the end product so I do it anyways. Please bear with me. If you WILL bear with me, I will reward you with a giveaway at the end!
Now some of you may be saying, "Okay.. this is cool and all, but I don't wear matte polish." Well, that's cool and all, but you can apply at regular top coat over these, and they are beautiful... it literally looks exactly like it does in the bottle when I apply a coat of Seche Vite over top. Try to tell me that isn't one of the most beautiful black nail polishes you've ever seen. Don't try to deny it, because I'm going to be beheaded for my blasphemous behavior of putting a glossy top coat over Manglaze polishes and I wouldn't risk it if I didn't think it'd prove a point!
Manglaze's awesome-ness doesn't stop there. Meet Frankenjuggs' Franken-steins:
These brilliant little juggs make frankening your own polish at home a breeze. They are an empty wide mouth jugg that come with little mixing balls. You will need your own suspension base if you're going to mix up something other than just nail polishes, but the original idea of frankening came from people mixing together various bottles of nail polish to get a new, even better polish. However, my little Jugg is destined to mix up some Madd Style Cosmetix pigment as soon as I get a hold of a base that I think will support it well.
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