If you've followed me on Insta by now you'd know that India has its first Indie polish. A lovely brand called Krizia (FB page link); of course I couldnt resist and pick up some pretties while some were sent for review. Here's one called Caberet
Base: Krizia Caberet
Stamping plate: BM XL-206 and UCB 3-03
Stamping polish: Konad white and black
Its a pretty tomato red jelly with micro glitter. This below is 2 coats.
This one bleeds a bit. I stamped a lace design using Konad white and applied HK girl top coat and the stamping turned a very orangey-red. Almost translucent. So then I had to stamp again with Konad black. So maybe if you get this one you should topcoat the base and then stamp over it if you are trying a light shade to stamp. While removing too it stained a bit; made my nails slightly pink. This was the only one of the 8 polishes I had a bleeding issue with rest all are fine.
Krizia is a small entrepreneurial start up setting up shop in India. She ships via post/courier. Cremes and shimmers are priced at Rs.200/- while scattered holo glitters are priced at Rs.300/- (yeah wait for it! I said holo!!) She claims her polishes are 3 free but I did find them smelling a bit strong. Of the four I have tried so far they stayed on my nails on an average for 4 days. I am pretty impressed by this brand so far! She has a huge range of shades just as good as any Indian brand. Polishes stay well and the finishes are really good. They dry fast too. Krizia polishes were dry to touch after 5 mins. Though they take around 10-12 minutes to get rock hard. (I leave my first coat to dry for 10 mins).
Cant wait to get my hands on some more shades.