Today I have a review of the All That Jazz -The Proposal Collection*. You will have seen me use their base coat throughout my manicures as it's one of my favourites, so although All That Jazz isn't that new to my blog, this is the first time I've done a full length review of the products. For those of you who aren't aware, All That Jazz is a sister company of the UK base of Gelish: Nail Harmony UK. It's named after Jazz Smedley, the daughter of Nail Harmony UK bosses Georgie and Jason Smedley, and her face often features on the promotional images for the products. All of these polishes are matches to actual Gelish colours, which is great for those untrained in gel/those who can't afford gel. Jazz is soon to be married, so I believe this collection is inspired by her engagement. The collection consists of two cremes, and two glitter toppers, each which match the respective creme. I love how this collection works so well together, and I was really impressed with the quality of them too. Read after the jump for my full review.
The brush for the polishes is quite thin, which I tend to prefer. Whilst wider brushes make application quicker, I also feel like you get much more control with a thinner brush.
Rules of Engagement* is a lovely mint/turquoise creme, which matches Gelish - A Mint of Spring. This was 2 easy coats which dried fast and shiny, shown without topcoat
I paired Rules of Engagement* with Diamonds Are Forever* (which matches Gelish - Candy Coated Sprinkles) to show the different elements of this orange glitter topped. This was 1 coat, I didn't need to do any placement as it had great coverage. It dried fast and is shown without topcoat
She Said Yes!* is a bright coral shade which matches Gelish - My Carriage Awaits. This was 2 easy coats,
I paired She Said Yes!* with He Put A Ring on It* (which matches Gelish - A Delicate Splatter). This was 1 coat, and it actually had even better coverage than Diamonds Are Forever*. Shown without topcoat, and it dried fast
What do you think? Do you own any All That Jazz polishes?
Let me know in the comments!