I've had a wonderful first two days here in London, just exploring and spending time with my family. We've done quite a bit of shopping as well, I've already bought 8 new polishes, and my parents bought me a pair of Dr. Martens as an early birthday present (my birthday is in November and I won't see them again until maybe Christmas) which was very exciting! My mom and I are going out for a fancy tea tomorrow, and then on Friday night we're all going to see Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasliev in Solo for Two, both of which I'm really looking forward to.
Anyways, today's Girly Bits polish is from the 80's Girl Band Collection, and it's called Conga. The base is a bright aqua jelly, and it's packed with neon pink hexes and squares, aqua and white circle glitters, and lavender and teal hex glitters.
I found the formula to be rather goopy and patchy, and the glitters didn't want to stay put, so I decided to layer two coats over LaCC 1977 to make things easier. However, I'm wearing four coats alone on my thumb for comparison, and it looks almost the exact same. All nails are topped with only one coat of Seche Vite; it was great to find out this wasn't a hungry glitter.
As I mentioned, this polish is part of the Girly Bits 80's Girl Band Collection, and you can purchase it and lots of other stunning Girly Bits polishes online here. You can also like the Girly Bits Facebook page to keep up to date with new releases.
I really love the colour of the base in this polish, and the mix of glitters packed in there is so fun! What do you think of this polish? Also, any suggestions for things I must see/do while in London? Let me know in the comments!
Disclaimer: The products in this post were sent to me for review and my honest opinion.