Monday, October 15, 2018

Inspurrrations: Bad Girls of the Bible Collection Swatch and Review

Greetings and Nailutations,

*Press Samples*
Today I am sharing the new collection from Inspurrrations.  Inspurrrations was created by Lisette for her love of cats and of inspirational passages from the bible.  Her most recent collection is called Bad Girls Of the Bible and contains some great Autumn shades in a few finishes.

Let's get to the swatches!
*Picture heavy post.*

First up is Delilah, a chocolate brown creme.  It went on smooth and photos show 2 coats with glossy top coat.

The vibrant green creme is called Eve.  It went on smooth like butter and photos show 2 coats with glossy top coat.

One of my favorites (no surprise with me loving purple hues) is Jezebel.   Jezebel is describes as a purple grey cremes.  I'd call it a dusty purple and it's a gorgeous Fall shade.

The glitter crelly of the collection is called Lot's Wife.  It is a white crelly base that contains both gold flakies and shimmer.  Photos show 2 coats with glossy top coat.

Another favorite of mine is Michal.  Michal is describes as a rose mauve and it's a perfect work appropriate shade.  Photos show 2 coats with glossy top coat.

Potiphar's Wife is the next polish and it is described as a mustard yellow cremes.  This shade is more sheer than the other polishes and photos below show 3 coats with slight visible nail line all topped with glossy top coat.

Rahab is another one that caught my eye as I love vampy Fall shades.  Rahab is described as a burgundy creme.  Photos show 2 coats with glossy top coat.

Next is Sapphira, a blue grey creme.  I'd describe it as a dusty blue and photos show 2 coat with glossy top coat.

The Sinful Women is a burgundy red polish with red glitter and shimmer.  I favored this polish as well because of the Fall vibes I was picking up.  Photos show 2 coats with glossy top coat.

Women At The Well is a deep teal creme and is a stunning 1 coater polish.  I did use 2 coats for consistency and topped it with glossy top coat.

For the nail art lovers the great thing about this collection is that they stamp!  Every polish (except the white glitter crelly, Lot's Wife) stamps!  Below is stamping over swatch sticks on white.  Left to right: Michal, Eve, Rahab, Jezebel, Potiphar's Wife, The Sinful Women, The Women At The Well, Delilah, and Sapphira.

Now I know the next question the cremes water marble?  You are in luck - I tested this!  Below is Delilah, Michal and Sapphira used in a water marble.

Loves: I love cremes, they are great staples in any collection for nail art, especially if they can stamp and water marble.  I love the shades that Lisette created, as all of them are unique and not like something I already own in my own collection.  I love the formulas, they are smooth, self leveling and creamy.

Wishes: I hope that Lisette continues to make cremes in unique shades.  There is a gap in the indie market for cremes and she would be perfect to fill that space.

Kristi aka BeginNails
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  1. What a cool concept for a nail polish collection! Michael and Rahab are for me

  2. These are unique shades. I don't see this kind of dustiness in other brands. And they look terrific with the stamping.

  3. I like The Sinful Women but overall I like the collection

  4. Looks like a nice assortment of cremes. I particularly appreciate that they stamp!

  5. A great collection,I do love an all-around polish that looks great, stamps and marbles ♡

  6. But....where is Lilith?! The original badass!

  7. THey all marble and stamp so well! I Sinful Woman is pretty!

  8. I love cremes too! I think they have a simple sophistication to them when done right. These are gorgeous!

  9. I have a thing for dusty blues (and dusty rose), so Sapphira is right up my alley. I LOVE your nail art! Come stamp my nails already!


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