The bottles are very like the old H&M bottles except the cap is white not black and contains 10 ml. They retail for €2.75 and there's a pretty wide range for a new brand, there are crackles, glitters, glitters which glow under UV light and I think they are called Jewel polishes, like today's polish. Angelica are not 3 free, the first ingredient on the list is Toulene and Formaldehyde shows up on the list too, as does camphor, it's not as smelly as I thought it might be though.
Sapphire is dark royal blue polish with silver micro glitter ( only visible in the bottle not on the nail) and there seems to be a purple shimmer in the bottle. The purple shimmer reminds me of OPI Russian Navy, in that it's visible in the bottle but not when applied, and this polish is like a not so dark and more royal blue version of Russian Navy. On the nail, it has that lovely lit from within look to it.
|Photo with flash.|
|Natural light - No bottle because my mother took one look at it on my nails and demanded to borrow it - she hasn't returned it yet!|
In application, I found the polish a bit gloopy it could probably could have done with a couple of drops of thinner. The brush wasn't as stiff as I would of liked and it didn't fan on the nail, but application was pretty easy. The wear was quite good on this, I took it off after about 5 days due to tipwear.
Have you tried Angelica polishes or is the fact they are not 3-Free off putting to you?