So here is a new type of post that I will do every once in a while. Comparison Posts :D.
Today I am looking at two polishes where the creators actually released promo pictures of their new girly polishes on the same day: Ninja Polish Girly Floam and Dollish Polish Girls Rule, Boys Drool.
Dollish Polish Girls Rule, Boys Drool(GRBD) was a very limited edition with only 400 bottles made that could be acquired through a raffle style sale. You signed up to get a bottle and then Dolly chose radomly who was going to get one. When you got your notification you then had 48 hours to pay your invoice or the polish would be raffled onwards to someone else. And I signed up for the raffle.
But since my life always seem to be very hectic my short term memory is working as bad as Dory's. So when Ninja Polish released their Girly Floam I went ahead and bought it /facepalm. And a week or so later I got confirmation that I had won the right to acquire GRBD - and since I was curious as to whether the two were real dupes I ended up buying it.
So here they are:
Girly Floam and Girls Rule, Boys Drool are filled with pink and dark lavendar matte glitter.
Pinky: Girly Floam, two coats over nails inc. floral street. With top coat.
Ring: GRBD, two coats over nails inc. floral street. With top coat.
Middle: Girly Floam, two coats. No top coat
Index: GRBD two coats. No top coat.
As you can see Girly Floam is way denser than GRBD. I would think you could get Girly Floam opaque in three layers while GRBD would take at least one layer more.
GRBD was thinner than Girly Floam but both seemed to pool the glitters when I applied them. They both behaved better with undies than without.
As mentioned earlier both polishes are with two layers - you'll get the same look from Girly Floam with one layer as two layers of GRBD give you.
They do dry slightly gritty but that can be remedied with either a glitter tamer or an extra layer of top coat. I just thought it would be nice for once to see how a glitter like this looks with only a regular layer of top coat.