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Jordana Nail Paint in Silver Glitter

It claims: 
Jordana #208 Silver Glitter Nail Polish
• Neons, Shimmers, Glitters & Cremes 
• Bold, Fashionable, Spectacular Color Range 
• Contains Natural Pearl for Improved Application, Wearability & Luster 
• Salon Formula 
• Made In USA

Price: Rs. 169 for 15 ml bottle (I got a 20% off on this from New Beauty Centre)

What I liked: 

1. I bought this nail paint a little before Karwa Chauth as it seemed like a very festive color. And it is! Because it is silver, it is pretty much neutral and goes well with a lot of desi dresses. But it also really jazzes up a simple top & jeans. The glitter shimmers and sparkles so beautifully and doesn't lose sheen over days. 

Jordana Silver Glitter Nail Paint
2. Lasts pretty long. It stayed on my nails without dulling or chipping for 4 days. Also it didn't pick up colors from food (sometimes pale nail paints tend to get stained by haldi while cooking / eating - this one didn't.)

3. Cheap, and the Big 3 free!

What could be better: 

1. Taking this off is a big, big pain. It won't come off with acetone. In fact the acetone merely removes the transparent bits of nail polish leaving the glittered adhered even more strongly to the nail. I often have to peel this off to remove it. Or else dunk my finger tips in acetone for 2-3 minutes before it starts to loosen up. 

2. While the glitters are present abundantly in the paint, a single coat will give you spartan application. In the images here I have 3-4 heavy coats of the nail paint. 

3. Availability of Jordana is a bit of an issue. 

Jordana 208 Silver Glitter

Jordana Silver Glitter

Jordana Silver Glitter Nail Paint

Would I re-purchase: I absolutely love these glitter nail paints. They are priced decently, the quality is good. I would definitely pick up a few more different colors, provided I can find them :-p


  1. Lovely color! I love glitter polish, too bad they are a pain to remove. This would love amazing over black or pink too :)

  2. Jordana polishes have always been my favorite...they have great shades :)

  3. the glitter surely looks really nice. I too ove glitter polishes but taking them off is sure a pain in the butt :D

  4. NNiiiice..m loving glitter these days

  5. glitters are nice..but they are really pain to remove :/

  6. I'm not a big fan of glitter polishes, but the loveliness of the color makes me rethink. May be I would now try to find a dupe and top it on various colors!
    On your nails it looks really lovely!!

  7. it looks so pretty on you!!Glitter polishes are pain to remove hence I kind of stay away from it!

  8. i love glitter NPs and ur right they r a pain t remove..ive yet t come across a glitter NP which is easily removable..

  9. I just got Maybelline Colorama "Glitter Prata" which is the same as this one. I now have on my nails black nail polish topped with this silver glitter. Looks awesome.. And maybelline costs Rs.99 only :)

  10. I just got Maybelline Colorama "Glitter Prata" which is the same as this one. I now have on my nails black nail polish topped with this silver glitter. Looks awesome.. And maybelline costs Rs.99 only :)


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