ILNP NYE Collection Swatch & Review

*Products shown are gifted with no strings attached. All opinions are my own.*

So… I planned on sharing this article before NYE, but then got tied up cleaning the house and forgot all about it. Not to worry thought! In this post, I will be sharing the NYE collection from ILNP, who never retires any of their shade, so you will be able to get them anytime. This collection includes 6 beautiful jewel tone shades with iridescent flakies, perfect for parties and celebrations. Let’s take a look at the swatches!

ILNP is a boutique nail polish brand base in Las Vegas, US. Since I just shared their last collection not so long ago, I’ll skip the intro this time. If you’d like to know a bit more about the brand, take a look at my other article《ILNP Winter Wonderland Full Collection Swatch and Review》。

Ball Drop

First up is a clear-based polish with iridescent flakies. I’ve swatched on the nails using 3 coats. The nail line is still visible, but I kind of like it this way. You can totally see the glow in the third pic! This can also be used as a topper over any colors you like. See below for one coat over black and white. Topping it over black reminds me of Christmas lights!

Ball Drop|US$10.00|12ml

Ruby

The second one is a deep red base with magenta to gold shifty flakes. It’s very festive; glistening like ruby! Opaque in 2 coats. Red is my favorite color to wear during the end of the year, since I get to wear them all the way through Chinese New Year. That’s why there will never be too many reds in my collection.

Ruby|US$10.00|12ml

Invite Only

This is the crowd favorite when I share swatches on Instagram. It’s got a teal base, lookin more blue than green though in my opinion, with green, turquoise, to blue shifty flakies. Opaque in 2 coats. Blue can be a hit-or-miss color for Asian skin tone; it would clash with the yellow undertone, and make the skin looks 10 year older if not done well. But this one looks fine! You can rest assure if that’s your concern. Another thing I’ll mention is that just like most teal-based polishes, this can stain your skin and nails upon removal. You may want to do two coats of base coat underneath to prevent staining. If it does stain, applying a little cuticle softener on and leave it for a couple minutes before wiping it off with a cotton pad will help.

Invite Only|US$10.00|12ml

Last Call

Next up is this super vibrant blurple, with blue to purple to magenta shifty flakies. Opaque in 2 coats. Somehow this is the color I have in mind when thinking about NYE parties. So mysterious and regal!

Last Call|US$10.00|12ml

Good Fortune

Then we have an emerald green polish with scattered blue to aqua to grass green flakes. The flakes in this one look not as dense as that in the others, but it’s still beautiful. In my mind this one is more of a Christmas color than an NYE one. For me it looks like furry Christmas tree with baubles. I can also see it as a good St. Patrick’s Day shade. Opaque in 2 coats.

Good Fortune|US$10.00|12ml

Showstopper

Saving my favorite for the last! I’m not much of a pink person, so imagine my surprise when I realize how much I like this one. It’s one of the shiftiest in the collection, with berry red base and red to gold flakes. Such a stunning color! Opaque in 2 coats.

Showstopper|US$10.00|12ml

That’s it for the swatches today! Have you picked up anything from this collection? Which one is your favorite? You can chat with me in the comment! If you’re interested in more swatch and review from me, feel free to subscribe to my blog. For more nail art contents, follow me on Instagram @jemima.nails ! See you next time!

About ILNP|Official Website
ILNP is a boutique nail polish brand established in 2012 in Las Vegas, USA. They have a huge catalogue of more than hundreds of colors to choose from, each with nicely formulated formula and exquisite packaging. Comparing to the other boutique brand, their price point is relatively lower. These are all some of the reasons why their products have been very popular in the nail polish community.

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