First off, the packaging is just amazing! If not for saving up for the ikea malm desk, I think I may be having to restrain myself from buying all of these awesome bottles. When I first came across the ManGlaze website, I was in awe at how explicit their site was. I should warn you that they are very raw and unfiltered, which caught me off guard at first but as I read more and more I was loving how unique this brand is! It's unlike any other approach I've seen a brand take before and it has a genuine vibe which I'm quite fond of. I can't exactly describe it myself so if you're interested, head over to their site to get a feel of what I'm talking about!
One coat of ManGlaze Nawsome Sauce Nawsome Sauce is a matte Christmas-y green (yes, I'm pretending that's a shade of green) with shimmer in it. I absolutely love how played down this is when matte and how bright it is when shiny! It's a great one coater and applied fantastically. You will definitely be seeing me use this in Christmas nail art designs.
Two coats of ManGlaze Mayonnaise Mayonnaise is a matte white with shimmer in it. I was really surprised at how well this applied for a white, it's probably one of the easiest I've ever applied. I absolutely love the look of the subtle shimmer in it, I don't have anything like this and I'm so happy to add such a great shade to my collection.
Two (thin) coats of ManGlaze Hot Mess over Mayonnaise Hot Mess is a clear base polish with metallic shimmer..or glitter/flakes, it's honestly pretty hard to tell. I originally wore this on its own (as shown in the zoomed shots of before and after top coat) and then decided to apply it over Mayonnaise since my first swatch session of these colors didn't turn out well. I absolutely love how they work together and I was surprised until I read that they were actually originally meant to work in conjunction. I think I've found my nail combination for my sister's wedding! :)