Sunday, July 1, 2012

Kyoti's Nails - Ganon

This is one polish that I have been super excited about! This one is called Ganon, from the Zelda collection by Kyoti's Nails. Ever since she announced that she was going to make this collection, I was stoked. She had launched an Indiegogo to raise money and begin making polishes. I pledged a bit, and got four mini polishes for doing so. This is one of them!

Ganon is a glittery polish. It is a clear base with lots of orange glitter, some green, and some very tiny black pieces too. The orange in this polish is very unique - it's pretty much holographic, but some pieces shine purple in the light. The whole purple, green, and orange combination reminds me of Ganondorf though!

I applied one generous coat of Ganon over Essence - Glamorous Life. I was tempted to do two coats, but I figured you could see the glitter better this way. I then topped it all with Seche Vite.

Application was great with this polish. I didn't have to fish for glitter in the bottle, and after applying normal coats, the glitter was distributed very well. No glitter manipulation was required.

You can see a few pieces of glitter in this photo and the one above it that look purple. There is no purple glitter in it, some of the orange pieces just shine purple! These photos really don't do this polish justice, as it is very glittery and shiny in person. The emerald green pieces are also beautiful!

This is the first polish from the collection that I am trying, and it's made me even more excited to try some of the others. I think I will end up buying the entire collection! If you would like to purchase these polishes, there are 12 in the collection - both full and mini sizes are available in Kyoti's Etsy shop.


  1. Im excited to see more swatches!

    1. I know, I've been slacking with work, ack! I only have four from this Zelda collection so far (including this one), but I hope to post about the others soon! They're so pretty on my desk :)


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