KL Polish Review
Hello everybody! I’ve bought quite a few things from KL Polish (especially because I enjoy watching Kathleen Lights’ Youtube videos), so I thought I would give you a review on the 7 nail polishes that I own in the line.
What I really like about KL Polish so far is that the formula is pigmented enough to do only one coat. I typically do two no matter what, but it’s nice to have options. I also like that the formula dries quickly, which means I’m a lot less likely to mess the nails up in the beginning.
I have never owned a nail polish color like this one before. I’ve seen brands try to get in this color family, but the color that transfers onto the nails has always been a disappointment. This shade does not disappoint. It has a really pretty almost pearled look to it, especially if you add a clear top coat. The color definitely holds for a long time without chipping, which is amazing since I’m not really a delicate daisy when I’m working with my hands.
The gif is dramatic, but the stain is real with it comes to this color. It’s a red, which is to be understood since red pigments are the most intense, so I’d heavily recommend putting on a base coat before this. I was super bummed because I definitely chipped this on like day two, but then the rest of the polish lasted into a good second week. Where it was then nearly impossible to remove. But I’d say I still prefer KL Polish’s over my other brands despite the small complications I had.
That’s What She Said
If I’m being 100% honest, this is probably my least favorite of all of the KL Polishes that I own. The concept of it is absolutely amazing, but it doesn’t matter how careful I am, it always ends up looking streaky. I think if you use fake nails and paint those, this may work well for you. But for me personally, this is a miss. I’m so obsessed with the color though. It’s an amazing metallic, and it gives me leather jacket vibes.
Das Esspensive XXV
Hands down, this is the best polish ever. Like ever ever. And unfortunately, it was limited edition because this particular KL Polish was to celebrate Kathleen’s birthday. So not only do I have to control how often I use it so I can have it longer, but it also means that you won’t be able to get your hands on any more of these. Which is such a bummer. I featured this in my March favorites post, and for very good reason. This is like a foiled polish, so the coverage is insanely amazing and it lasts a good 2 weeks or more before I experience any chipping.
The shade of this is so stinking pretty. For some reason I envision a modern high school girl who says her favorite movie is Pretty in Pink when I see this shade. Do you know what I mean? It’s a gorgeous pink, but it’s more muted with a purple-greyish undertone in it.
I am obsessed with the shade of Porter Miami. It reminds me of that guy from Frankie Munez’s movie Big Fat Liar who jumped into the pool and his skin turned freakishly blue. I found that the shelf life on this polish is a little shorter than some of the other formulas for me personally, but the color is so summer (though I bet I could rock this in the winter months).
I have a love-like relationship with Caramello. Definitely not love-hate though. I have really pale skin, and for some reason when I saw this I thought it would be this gorgeous mustard yellow on my skin. It’s not bad by any means, but on my nails it seems to pull more of a brown-tone. Which is gorgeous for fall. There’s just a twinge of sadness that it wasn’t a pure mustard yellow. But the formula was amazing, I was very happy with the length of time it lasted on my nails and it was pretty easy to remove.
So that’s it! These are all of the polishes I own from KL Polish and my honest review on each. Let me know in the comments section below if you have any of these products (or other polishes in the line) and what your thoughts are.