Monday, November 26, 2012

Ninja Polish NVL Floam

I hope you are enjoying your Monday! I recently came across a lovely lady on PAA selling some of her polishes. Included was Floam. Needless to say, I was quite happy to be able to get it. It is my first indie polish.

Ninja Polish NVL Floam is a clear base filled with neon matte blue and yellow-green glitter. Unlike most glitter, it is matte and gives off to sparkle or shine. That's what I love about it! It is so much fun! The application is good. I was a little hesitate to wear it alone to begin with, so I layered. Two coats over Pure Ice Wild Thing. I have seen some people get Floam opaque by itself in two to three coats. I plan to wear it on its own soon.

The wear of this polish was very good, especially for a glitter. I wore it for three days with no tip wear or chips. For me, that is miraculous. It even survived me doing truck today. Which normally mangles my polish. The removal was no harder than any other glitter.

Floam was originally created by Amy of I'm Feeling Nail-Venturous. It is now sold on Ninja Polish, in their bottles. So if you are looking for this polish, there are two different bottle styles.

Floam is currently in stock (if you see it out of stock, do not worry, it will come back in) at Ninja Polish for $9.


  1. I Love Floam hehe and I need to wear mine now :)

  2. This was the first indie polish I ever bought too! Before this I had never seen anything like this. I wanted some indies from Lynderella when they first got going but there was so my hype over them and no one could get hold of them, I really got disgusted over the whole thing. Now there are sooooo many to choose from I almost cannot even look and I really cannot keep even a tiny bit of them in my mind's inventory. The market has so many (good and bad ones) out there now.

  3. There are definitely a ton of indie brands to choose from. Amy's were all gorgeous! I wish I could have them all!

  4. The last weekend I spent so much on indies >.< I going broke haha

    Btw you might want to approach some indie makers and ask if they need reviews so you can get some and feature it on your blog Ashley :)