Scotch Naturals

February 22nd, 2012 · 2 Comments · beauty, swatches

Scotch Naturals Morning Glory Fizz

Scotch Naturals Morning Flory Fizz, a lavender creme. I don’t know what it is with Scotch Naturals and their pastel cremes, but it’s like the pigment doesn’t really mix with the base, so the little particles are suspended instead… Anyway, pictured above is four coats, but it is still patchy and chalky due to the aforementioned issue.

Scotch Naturals Morning Glory Fizz

I swatched this with a topcoat too, but in some sad mishap, a bunch of red got into the topcoat and gave this some nice pinkish streaks and a pink tint.

Scotch Naturals Troya

Scotch Naturals Troya! This is a nice and happy orange creme. It’s almost jelly-like. Pictured above is two coats. This one had great pigmentation and coverage. No issues at all!

I am not sure, but I think the amount of pigmentation in a polish affects the dry time because this one took forever to dry.

Scotch Naturals To Hell With Swords and Garters

Scotch Naturals To Hell With Swords and Garters is a nice, medium, blue-based red creme. Like Troya, this one was very pigmented and easy to apply. Dry time was also long. Pictured above is two coats.

Scotch Naturals Highland Fling

Scotch Naturals Highland Fling is an orange-red creme. My photos do pull it a little bit more orange. This wasn’t as easy to apply as Troya or To Hell With Swords and Garters, but not as bad as Morning Glory Fizz. The pigment did clump on me a bit, and it had a long dry time. Pictured above is two coats.

Scotch Naturals Kiltlifter

Last, but not least of all the Scotch Naturals that I own… Scotch Naturals Kiltlifter! This is a bright, cherry red jellyesque creme. Super pretty! It’s similar to Troya and To Hell With Swords and Garters. Very pigmented, no real application issues and long dry time. Pictured above is two coats.

If you want easy application and shiny nails, I highly recommend getting the Scotch Naturals Base Coat and the On the Rocks top coat, as regular non-water-based base and top coats do not work well with this brand and will cause chipping within the hour.

You can purchase Scotch Naturals from their website for $14.99 each from their website or from Spirit Beauty Lounge. For my other reviews on Scotch Naturals, click here!

These were provided to me for review.

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Kiwifashionblog // Feb 22, 2012 at 6:28 PM

    Love the lilac colour! So soft and spring-like!

  • 2 Heidi // Apr 12, 2012 at 11:44 PM

    Did you find that Scotch Naturals lasted longer on your nails over time? I have only tried it once and it chipped much sooner than I would have liked. I am wondering if it will wear better if I keep using it for a while. Thanks.

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