I received a press kit of 4 minis from the lovely Miss Nina at Model City Polish the day that I got home from my amaaaaaazing vacay in Cali! I was so excited that I tore the package open before I had all of my bags in from the car and OMG they were so pretty! The next morning I received a phone call from my 'boss' (while I was getting ready for work, mind you) who told me not to come in. I'd been canned. Great...main source of income GONE. But every freaking time I walked past the pretty little Model City Polishes sitting in a row on the kitchen table I thought, "God I can't wait to swatch those! They're going to be stunning!" LOL! So Nina, thanks for making a potentially dark day quite a bit brighter!
I'm going to split this review up into 4 separate posts since the sun never seems to want to work with me when I need it to and polish typically looks best in natural light. So here we go, my first adventure with Model City Polish!
PB&J by Model City Polish is a gorgeous, rich purple jelly with a mix of 2 different sized gold holo glitters. The name is PERFECT because it really does remind me of PB&J! This is 3 coats over a naked nail (well, with clear base coat of course) and SV top coat.
I think I've mentioned it before, but I have a hard time with jellies even though I love the look of them. I usually skip over them because I feel like it takes to long to get a good amount of VNL coverage. That said, application of PB&J was a breeze as long as I stayed with thin even coats, and 3 coats to full coverage was easy to achieve!
You can snag a full size of PB&J in Model City Polish's Etsy shop for $8. You can also check out Nina's creations on the Model City Polish Facebook page, and her blog.
Random extra tidbit about me: Purple and Gold were my high school colors ;)