So in this post you'll notice two things: My short nails, and the henna on my ring finger. My nail broke at my old job and so I needed to cut them all down :( I'm hoping they grow quickly because as you'll seel, I'm not the greatest at dealing with nubbins. I also went and got some henna on my hand with a friend who had an Indian wedding to go to, but I didn't realise til it was too late that I put it on my swatching hand. So you will get little glimpses of my henna hand for the next little while.
Quench is a GORGEOUS blood red jelly(though it's a LITTLE on the opaque side for a jelly) that applies like butter. Seriously, if there's such thing as the perfect formula, I think this is it. I'm hoping it doesn't thicken too much with time because it's really wonderful to work with. On my middle finger, you'll see that I decided to see how Quench would work for a jelly sandwich(or candy mani), and as you'll see, the result is... Underwhelming. I used one coat of OPI Servin' Up Sparkle in between two layers of Quench.
I really, really love this red. It's a great shade that looks classic and modern at once, with a really nice shine. The jelly finish makes it really fun to play with. I used two coats for these swatches, but in the future I'll use three as I had a TINY bit of VNL in some lights. The colour is really hard to capture. It's amazing.
Cult Nails Quench - 2 coats, no topcoat, over Cult Nails Get It On.
This photo is the most colour accurate.
Do you like Cult Nails?
What(if anything) did you get in the $5 sale?
I will be posting a review of Cult Nails Get It On and Wicked Fast before too long.
Have any of you used them? What did you think?