A coffee’s worth of further googling has got me very interested in these polishes indeed. And let’s face it, if Olivia recommends it, it has to be good!
The polishes come in a matte shimmer finish, which I don’t think I’ve ever seen in another nail polish. Matte nail polishes have never appealed to me, but I find the matte/ shimmer look quite appealing.
It’s designed to be very hard wearing, dead easy to apply, and opaque in two coats. At between $6 and $13, they’re not too expensive either.
The names of the polishes have a similar feel to the visuals, with names like “F*ck off and Dye” (Vivid Pink), “Fuggen Ugly” (Grey), and “Hot Mess” (glitter top coat). They even sell empty nail polish jars (Franken Jugg’s Franken-Steins) for mixing your own custom colours. A quick google image search will quickly give you an idea of the colour range and finish of the polishes, and check out Olivia’s review of “F*ck off and Dye”‘ here.
The only downside is that they don’t ship to Australia at this time, so you’ll have to prevail on a US friend or package forwarding to get your hands on them. People in the UK can buy from NailBiz.