Tony Moly Nail Shuffle (Creamy Glitter Colours) Review and Swatches!

I have been trying to downsize my cosmetic collection AGAIN, and I’ve been coming across tons of make up I purchased but haven’t used yet.  These cute nail polishes – ‘speckled egg’ styles ones from Korean brand, Tony Moly were in one of my ‘to review’ boxes.  There are 5 colours – the full range I believe, in five different hues. 

Tony Moly Nail Shuffle Creamy Glitter Colours Review and Swatches 1

They are called Nail Shuffle – Tony Moly has a vast collection of nail polishes with different finishes and different names.  In all honesty I don’t know half of them – I only know the most well known collections such as the Galaxy polishes.

Anyway let’s take a look at these spring and summer friendly (Easter friendly?!) colours!

They have names!:

Tony Moly Nail Shuffle Creamy Glitter Colours Review and Swatches

SH01 – Jumping Mint

SH02 – Staring Peach

SH03 – Neon round

SH04 – Pink Square

SH05 – Step Blue

I don’t always find Korean release emails that fantastic, as they seem to chip quickly on me.  Tony Moly polishes fare better than most.  

These polishes have a nice texture, not too runny, not to thick and have a nice brush with evenly cut bristles that spread the polish on fine. 

First colour:Tony Moly Nail Shuffle Creamy Glitter Colours Review and Swatches SH01 Jumping Mint

This mint is a lime green with multi coloured glitters in various shapes, mainly hexagons. The problem with this one is that the base colour is a sheer green – which I always think looks a bit odd. Who wears sheer lime polish anyway, it makes them look a bit ill…if nails could be ill. BE BOLD OR GO HOME. 

Staring Peach:
Tony Moly Nail Shuffle Creamy Glitter Colours Review and Swatches SH02 Peach
 
This one has more square shaped red and pink based glitters and the small white ones. The base colour on this is far too sheer (I did two coats on each nail) which I don’t like – my nails aren’t looking brilliant I would’ve preferred more colour on there although I guess there’s the worry that the glitters may be covered up?
 
Neon Round:
Tony Moly Nail Shuffle Creamy Glitter Colours Review and Swatches SH03
 
This is a neon yellow-lime, more pigmented than SH01 which is a good thing. It’s the most bright and fun colour of the set although it is bordering snotty green. Lots of mixed colour and shapes in the glitter here. 
 
Pink Square:
Tony Moly Nail Shuffle Creamy Glitter Colours Review and Swatches SH04
 
This is a lovely pink polish – really pigmented and bright, with a mixture of mainly square and some small round glitters. I really like how bright and bold this is, my favourite of the bunch. 
 
Step Blue:
 
Tony Moly Nail Shuffle Creamy Glitter Colours Review and Swatches 2
 
The second most pigmented shade of the collection this is also a lovely bold bright blue with mixed glitter, mainly blue and white with the odd red chunky piece. The glitter stands out LEAST with this polish, perhaps because it is quite pigmented but I’ve enjoyed wearing this colour too. 
 
I found these polishes lasted only 2 days max without severe chipping – boo hoo! Don’t expect this to last too long if you are wearing it but it’s fun whilst it lasted, like eating a giant chocolate egg. 
 
Various eBay sellers are selling these polishes at around £3.30 each including shipping. I really like the pink and blue colours the most!  Well worth a go! 
 
*Purchased by me
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Comments

  1. These look so cute and pretty, thanx for sharing this.

  2. Wish I’d read your review before…I ordered the orange one and it soo sheer, I white base color is the only way to wear it. Wish I’d had ordered the pink or the blue one.

    Bye!

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