Sometime ago I introduced you to The Right to Bare Feet by Piggy Polish. Today I am bringing you Strong Like Jazz, an electric purple crème polish that leans towards fuchsia with it’s blue undertones.
The formula was nice but went on a little thin. When it dried it was very flat and dull. Several coats of Seche Vite shined it right up.
I was also applying this in less than idea lighting and missed full coverage with the second coat. Strong Like Jazz also did not play nice with my basecoat of Sally Hansen Double Duty and wrinkled at the tips even when I wrapped them with polish.
Strong Like Jazz is a fun color. Even though I had some issues with the way it dried, due mostly to my basecoat, I will probably wear it again because I honestly like the way it looked on my hands. It would be a really good layering polish for all the fancy topcoats that are flooding the polish market right now.
Because Strong Like Jazz begged for something to top it off with I tried my hand at full nail stamping.
Brand Piggy Polish
Name Strong Like Jazz
Polish Type Creme
Number of Coats 2
1 – utter crud
color scale of 1 to 4
2 – not so great
3 – pretty but…
4 – Lovin’ It
1 – chippy, chip, chip
wear scale of 1 to 4
2 – don’t wash dishes in this
3 – lasted longer than my deodorant
4 - Only super glue is stronger