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Jessica Phenom Review & Swatches

26 Mar 2015 (Updated: 3 Apr 2015)

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Review of Jessica Phenom by @MaySmooch

I love the long lasting, super glossy finish of gel nail polish but the removal process can potentially damage the nails. I’ve given up the gel all together in a bid to keep my nails as strong as possible so luckily for me the clever people at Jessica are offering the next best thing! Jessica Phenom is is a high shine nail system that promises to last up to 10 days and give the lasting shine of gels. It’s quick drying (no lamp required!) and is easily removed with nail polish remover.

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Jessica Phenom Review & Swatches

Jessica Phenom – The Steps

The first step is Jessica’s Reward base coat which is full of vitamins to help your nails grow as well as calcium and aloe for strong, flexible talons!
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Jessica Phenom Review & Swatches
Next follow with two coats of the Phenom vivid colour polish.
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Jessica Phenom Review & Swatches
I’m wearing L-R Vintage Glam, Cashmere Creme, First Love and Pretty in Pearls. There are 24 shades to chose from!
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Jessica Phenom Review & Swatches
Finally you finish off with Phenom Finale Shine which gives a convincing gel-like high shine finish. What makes Jessica Phenom different is that it becomes harder and more shiny over time when it’s exposed to natural light! Magical!
You can find Jessica Phenom on gerrardinternational.com for £13.50 each!

 

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2 thoughts on “Jessica Phenom Review & Swatches

  1. Thank you for telling us what you did with each step. I hate it when I only see swatches. Knowing how many coats of color it takes for a solid opaque look is important. Like with Queen of Hearts by Revlon. I love the color, hate that it takes forever to dry by coat 2, while the nude or the pink go by much faster. Also, that red shade is more transparent than the pink. Have you tried any reds or mauves by this line?

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