February 27, 2011

Kelier Crackle Polish In Black - Photos & Review

Today I have for your lots of photos and a review of Kelier Crackle Polish in Black. This polish is part of the package that was sent to me for review by Born Pretty Store - a web store where you can find some great products for nail art and more.


As you may know, I'm a fan of all "crackle polish mania" that is going on right now. I don't know why... I just think the crackle polishes are really fun :D


On to the photos and review!


Here is what I used for a base for Kelier Crackle Polish:



Essie Hot Coco, Smokin' Hot, Silken Cord, Going Incognito


Then I put on a layer of Kelier Polish. Here is the photo right after the application:





Then the crackles started to show up... This one was taken 10 minutes after the application:





Some more crackles... This photo was taken 20 minutes after the application:





And the last one was taken 30 minutes after the application of Kelier Crackle Polish:




Too bad the weather wasn't very helpful at the time I took this photos, because the crackles showed up quite nice in real life. It would be even better, if I used some brighter colours as a base. And I think I should used a bit thinner coat of Kelier Crackle Polish. Ugh, I'm complicating... *lol*


Few words about the Kelier Polish:

Altough the polish is quite thick and a bit sticky, it applies nice and even. And as I said before, I should used a thinner coat. Anyway, the crackle effect is much more subtle with this polish compared to the others crackle/shatter polishes available by other brands.

Kelier Nail Polish is available at Born Pretty Store in several colours, such as black, purple, red etc. The bottle contains 15 ml of polish and it costs 4,52$/bottle.

If you are ordering something from Born Pretty Store, you can still use my code BIBASK31 to get 10% discount off your order.


Thanks for reading!



***Disclosure: The product in this post was sent to me by a company or PR for consideration.***

14 comments:

  1. hmm..ni se nekako lepo razpokalo a ne?.... ne vem, mene ta crackle ni prepričal..... vidim, da ima veliko punc težavo z njim:)

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  2. @ Pink_Diamond: Ta že v osnovi ne razpoka tako kot drugi, npr ChG, BarryM...
    Jaz sem tukaj nanesla preveč debel sloj. Medtem ko je Tassi pred kratkim zelo lepo uspelo z vijoličnim lakom ustvarit super razpoke :)

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  3. Meni zgleda super, tak elegantno razpoka. :) Samo da ne čakaš ravno pol ure, uporabi fen pa popoka v minuti. :D No vsaj jaz sem tak napotrpežljiva. :P

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  4. mislim da bi bio bolji tanji sloj crackle-a, nekako mi ima malo pukotina ovako

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  5. meni se čini da si pogriješila s izborom lakova za podlugu - samo se crveni vidi... ali znam da drugi put bude bolje :-D

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  6. @ Ivana: Sem brala, ja, da ste fen uporabljale :D
    Jaz pa sem hotela malo "raziskovati" *lol*

    Drugače pa je tebi tudi ful uspelo. Jaz sem tukaj res nanesla preveč debel sloj, da bi bilo tako lepo kot pri tebi :)

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  7. @ Lendoxia: Se popolnoma strinjam s tabo. Bo drugič boljše :)

    @ nail crazy: Ma, ni bil moj dan *lol* Napačne barve, preveč debel sloj crackle laka... :)

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  8. sicer je res da že tako nisem najbolj navdušena nad krekiji ampak tole me pa skomina. Meni zgleda tako kot da se te luskice da kar odluščit dol hihii

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  9. oh I love it on top of the red polish! this would make a great vampire manicure! black nail polish on top of bloody nails! :-) but seriously, I love it!

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  10. @ mancina: Hehe, pa res tako izgleda... Ampak verjemi, da ne gredo tako zlahka dol :)
    Mislim, da je meni s krem laki tudi bolj všeč ta crackle lak.

    @ Blusherine: It's the biggest contrats there and I like that combination the most too :)

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  11. @ oreleona: Oh, yes, definitely cool! :D

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  12. wow you had to wait 30 minutes for the final result! :o my crackled polish crackles right away!!!! lol I don't think I would be patient enough to sit there and wait 10-20-30 minutes. You are my hero! lol =D

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  13. @ Sandy: *LOL* Your comment made me laugh :D

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