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Hello! Today I have a quick review of a new to me brand and nail art supply store, Yayoge. To be honest, I had never even heard of Yayoge before they contacted me, so after a quick look at social media pages and their website, I decided to go with a couple of simple of products to get a feel for the brand. This will be a fairly quick one (especially compared to some of my recent posts), so let's just get into it.
Yayoge offer a lot of gel related products and polishes, but I definitely prefer 'regular' polish so decided to try one of those instead. I opted for shade JKLS-04 in their highly pigmented holographic range, which you can find here. I have very mixed feelings on this polish. It applies smoothly and easily, but after three coats I could still very clearly see my nail line. I personally think I'd prefer it as a topper. It also has quite a strong smell. Below is three coats with topcoat.
Next I chose a set of nail art brushes that you can find here. The set comes with five different shape and thickness brushes for a variety of uses, and they're super pretty too! They all have different coloured rhinestones in them and pretty detailing on the lids. They have a decent weight to them without being too heavy, and are quite comfortable to hold.
I'm currently switching between a small dotting tool and an older brush for my nail art, so I've been looking for a new detail brush. I think the middle brush might be just the right size!
Lastly, I received a packet of lint free wipes, found here. This may not be the most interesting item, but I go through these a lot! I find them perfect for cleaning stamping plates as they don't leave any unwanted fuzzies or clumps of cotton. If you stamp and haven't tried using lint free wipes, I'd definitely recommend giving them a go!
What do you think? Although the polish wasn't quite for me, I do think I'll get a lot of use out of both of the other items. The brushes will come in handy for nail art, and as mentioned I do go through a lot of lint free wipes when stamping. I also don't think it's fair to judge a brand on a singular polish, so maybe I'll try some more in the future before making my mind up.
You can find everything mentioned along with hundreds of other polish and nail art supply items on the Yayoge website here. You can use code 'beccaa' for 15% off your order.
Hope to see you in the next post!