The one I purchased said French Manicure right under their Jordana logo on the bottle and under the bottle it is called Soft Pink #145. I would describe it as being just a hair darker than the french manicures I have had. It is GORgeous! Applies really well and has a bigger brush and a very shiny finish. I did not apply a top coat. It had remained pristine with zero chipping and very little fading after 5 days!
I just have to rave about this nail polish! I have it in Ruby Slippers, which is a bold red in the bottle but looks more like a maroon/burgundy on my nails in indoor lighting. Either way, it is absolutely gorgeous! Not just that, but the application was easy, the polish wasn't streaky, and the finish is just beautiful. I'm sure everyone knows the pains of a finicky nail polish, and this definitely isn't one! PLUS it was a mere $1.99 from the website. I would recommend this polish to everyone because of the great results and it being very inexpensive. I'll definitely be buying more colors!
I love this brand for nail polish. I stocked up on these when I could at the dollar store. These lasts for at least a few days before starting to chip, which is amazing!
I definitely want to get all the colors, more or less the metallic colors first. My hands-down favorite (out of all my nail polishes) would be Ruby Slipper, a metallic ruby red and is absolutely gorgeous!
Try this brand! You won't regret it.
I've only used one Jordana nail polish. It was in the color "orangesicle" & I can't say that I liked it. The consistency was kinda weird. It was like thick and goopy. Also, it chipped pretty fast on me.
I've only tried one Jordana polish, in the shade Silky Purple. It's a true medium purple shade -- not too dark, not too light -- with a cream finish. It's a nice, basic color that works for all seasons and all skin tones. Application was a breeze -- color was a little splotchy in one coat but two coats looked perfect. I wore with a base coat and a top coat and I noticed tip wear after two days, but this didn't chip for over a week. For such a low price, I wasn't expecting quality this good! I never see this brand anywhere around me, but I'll be keeping an eye out for more polishes in the future...hopefully they're all as good as Silky Purple!
I picked up a Jordana nail polish in Chinatown (yep, Chinatown!) randomly because the price was ridiculously cheap and I wanted to expand my nail polish collection. Right now I only have one shade in Coppertone -- a muted, wearable red that isn't flashy -- and I was very surprised by easily the application process was. For less than a dollar, Jordana is a steal and there's a variety of fun colors. Compare that to the "higher end" nail polish brands. I was also pleasantly surprised that it lasted a good 4 days before chipping. Thumbs up, Jordana! You've done well.
Pleasantly surprised with this inexpensive polish! Using Lucky Money, a shimmery green shade, took about 2.5 coats to apply opaque and it's barely chipping compared to my ChG and OPI ones that chip in hours. Brush is fine, not wide like OPI's but gets the job done. Just bought Lilac Hearts, a glittery one with tiny lilac heart glitter in it! Planning to use that for February! Can't beat the price!
Sooo I didn't buy these. I was gifted like 5 different polishes, including the base coat and yellow out top coat. I must say, I thought they were going to suck and avoided using them. But they do come out nice and don't chip as easily like other cheap polishes. I would definitely buy more, they're only 1.99! I'm sure I can even find them at the dollar store too! p.s. I just painted my nails in Burnt Sugar and it's a perfect fall shade!
Omg these are incredible quality nail polishes for such a affordable price! I have 5 shades and my favorites are - Mint Candy and Chiffon. Mint Candy is such a pretty minty color and Chiffon a taupe color, its my favorite! LOVE LOVE LOVE them
I absolutely love jordana nail polishes. I havent tried the in-color polishes. But the regular ones are amazing. The brush is perfectly sized. And i only need two coats.