INM | West Coast Vibes Collection Swatch & Review

by - Friday, January 26, 2018

Press Sample
INM West Coast Vibes

Hello and welcome back! Today I have a big ole post for you. Hence why its a little late compared to most of my posts that are published first thing in the morning! Anywhooo today I am showing you the INM West Coast Vibes collection that is now available. It consists of 10 polishes, most of which are creme so lets go!



INM West Coast Vibes

Here is a way to see all of these polishes in action! I filmed this video differently than my more recent swatch videos. I felt like people would benefit from seeing these next to each other so I am hoping this view in the video will allow you to compare the polishes you might think are similar. :) Let me know what you think!

INM So Nude and Nancy

So Nude & Nancy
2 coat(s)

A nude shade that pull a bit more yellow on while in the bottle it looks like it would pull more pink. 

INM So Nude and Nancy

This formula was really nice which ya'll are gonna hear me say repeatedly because well it was, and most of the polishes were the same. It was a nice consistency and the brushes were great which was nice because it totally allowed for nice cuticle lines.  This particular shade pulls a bit to much yellow for my skin tone though.

INM Late Summer Bronze

Late Summer Bronze
2 coat(s)

A dusty brown shade. 

INM Late Summer Bronze

This is a great dusty brown. I see it really being a good polish for fall art bases. Again this one did also have a nice formula.

INM Sultry Lips Keep Ships

Sultry Lips Keep Ships
2 coat(s)

An off white that could also be considered a greyed creme. 

INM Sultry Lips Keep Ships

I love the idea of having a nice off white. I know many who love to use off white for art bases, so I think for that this would be a great polish to have. Plus these polishes are less than $5 so to have them for art is great an not as hard to rebuy when you are low! ;)

INM Brunch & Bloodys

Brunch & Bloodys
2 coat(s)

An orangey toned brown. 

INM Brunch & Bloodys

Even though the formula in this one was good it was weird at the same time. When I first applied this polish, which I did on on Instagram in my story, it had random black in it. I am not sure what was up with that. I went forwards with it and just continued to paint that nail and as I went over it it did disappear so I'm not sure what was up with that. Later when I used the polish again it didn't do that so..... Maybe it need to be shook more???

INM Autumn on the West Coast

Autumn on the West Coast
2 coat(s)

A charcoal grey that pulls a bit purple. 

INM Autumn on the West Coast

This is a nice grey to have that pulls a bit more of a purply vibe which is fun. Again great formula. I did do 2 coats but you can easily get away with one on this one.

INM Wine and Dine

Wine and Dine
2 coat(s)

A very dark eggplant shade. 

INM Wine and Dine

The first coat is sheer and has a very red wine look to it. The second coat covers that up though and it turns into the deep rick eggplant shade.

INM Camillionaire

Camillionaire
2 coat(s)

A charcoal grey filled with a blue/green/purple shimmer all through out it. 

INM Camillionaire

I really like this one! Great formula and its a lovely polish with the shimmer. The only bad thing is, is that the purple shimmer you see in the bottle really doesn't show on the nails.

INM Picnic at Night

Picnic at Night
2 coat(s)

A perfect cool toned grey. 

INM Picnic at Night

This is just your standard grey that everyone needs to have on hand, and it had a really nice formula.

INM As Teal as You can Get It

As Teal As You Can Get It
2 coat(s)

A cool grey that is a very greyed out teal. 

INM As Teal as You can Get It

I was fearing this was just another grey but I really liked it. Its a teals grey which is a nice change up. Ha, I was even out there other day and saw a Fiat I think it was about the same color! It really is a nice shade and a nice formula.

INM Blue Eyed Girl

Blue Eyed Girl
2-3 coat(s)

A light/bright sky blue. 

INM Blue Eyed Girl

I like the color of this of course but out of all of these polishes this one was the least impressive. It was thin and a bit more watery which lead to streaks, and it rolling towards the sides of my nails. It almost took 3 coats but depending on how you do it, it can be done in 2.


Overall I like this collection for being practical in a good set of cremes for art. They aren't really all that exciting. That being said if I want/need a grey this is a great formula so I would totally grab for it. As for this being a spring collection... I'm a bit confused. I really think its more of a fall/winter line wouldn't you say? What shade was your favorite? If you can to check them out more on the INM site you can HERE.


Happy Painting!

~25 Sweetpeas

You May Also Like

16 comments

  1. I love neutral shades in fall and winter! Also, creme finish is my favorite :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They are great fall/winter shades! Creme is mine too!

      Delete
  2. Great collection, I love that they are mostly all one coaters!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They are all really close!! Its a nice selection of good cremes!

      Delete
  3. I agree, surprised by these colors in a spring collection? I do love Wine & Dine though. :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yeah its an odd Spring Mix, but that one is really pretty!

      Delete
  4. I'm loving that blue green shimmer in Camillionaire!!! Wow!!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. These are sooo perfect for art. Loving all the browns.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Mmm I love good classic cremes like this! Perfect for nail art!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Exactly! So Nude and Nancy is already being used for art that will be up soon! Its really nice!

      Delete
  7. Those are all pretty basic...but Camilionaire is the star of the show!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It really is! Such a lovely polish/finish!

      Delete
  8. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Cream polishes in neutral colors are my favorites.. Love the shades here.. So soothing ☺️

    ReplyDelete

Thanks so much for visiting and commenting!