Guest Swatcher: Finger Paints Easel-y Entertained

Finger Paints is not a polish brand that’s usually on my radar. I’ve seen them for sale in Sally’s, but never felt compelled to pick one up and take it home. Seeing Easel-y Entertained on Soaper1′s nails, I was blown away. Here’s her review:

I heard through the grapevine that Finger Paints had added some new colors to their core line. I was browsing the shelves when I spotted this beauty. Easel-y Entertained is a deep blue jelly with blue and silver glitter, and it is SO sparkly!

Easel-y Entertained was a little thick, and seemed to get thicker while I had the bottle open doing my manicure. I don’t think adding a little thinner will affect the suspension of the glitter. As usual, this is three coats and one coat of Seche Vite. It didn’t seem quite as shiny as I wanted, so I added one coat of Barielle Manicure Extender the morning after I did the manicure. This polish reminds me of China Glaze Ruby Pumps — if you’ve been looking for a blue version of that, you should get this. Finger Paints are available in store and on line at Sally Beauty Supply.

Finger Paints, swatches, Easel-y Entertained
Finger Paints, swatches, Easel-y Entertained

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3 Responses to “Guest Swatcher: Finger Paints Easel-y Entertained”

  • Phyrra says:

    Gorgeous color! I have some Finger Paints colors that I really like, like Easel Come Easel Go.

  • priya says:

    ooh! sizzling shade ,love it !

  • Diana Lee says:

    holy mackerel! this had to be the BEST blue nail polish i’ve ever seen…. i’m going to sally’s the first thing tomorrow =] i hope they have this color in PA lol

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