In addition to Kleancolor polishes, they carry Nabi, Profusion, and Santee. No, I've never heard of any of those, and I didn't pick any to do a review of for you today. Instead, I chose a wide selection of Kleancolors to showcase.
MyWholesaleFashion.com also carries makeup products, jewelry, and other accessories you may want to buy in bulk. They also have a few stamping kits for nails, as well as bulk orders of nail glue and nail art bits and baubles like rhinestones. I didn't notice these before, but it seems their inventory is expanding a bit. I've added them to my Where to Shop page, so make sure to check that out for other great places to build your nail army.
Anywho, onto the Kleancolors.
Overall, I'd say the formula for Kleancolor is hit and miss. For example, the neon yellow you're about to see was streaky but thick. And then the pastels were much easier to work with. The glitter was also very full, but the base gave me problems. However, it is a cheaper brand, and I do like their color selection. The creme polishes seem to be pretty consistent, so I would recommend buying those.
I don't have a whole lot to say about each color, so this will be a short-ish review.
First up, the polishes I didn't swatch individually. 11 polishes to swatch in one night is a lot, so instead, I combined five different pastels from Kleancolor into on patchwork nail art design.
Featured are Pastel Orange, Pastel Purple, Pastel Teal, Pastel Yellow, and TLC. I really love this nail art! The cremes were easy to work with too. They're not as vivid as Lime Crimes, which are my favorite pastels right now, but they're close! The black is Raven from Zoya.
Funky Yellow. It took 4 coats and still wasn't perfect, and it was definitely thick. Definitely the most problematic of the polishes in this set. I suggest using an undercoat of white if you do use this. I regret not.
Concrete Grey. It comes off a little blue due to my lightbulb. It's not quite as blue in real life. This was two coats, and it applied really well. I liked this one a lot. I imagine it's good for stamping, though I haven't put it to the test.
Fashionista. I'm sorry...who? I don't consider the army colors to be the most fashionable, nor do I associate this particular color with anything particularly glamorous. In fact, I'd say if you think hard enough, you could recollect a sick dog or a poopy diaper and know exactly what color I'm describing. Definitely unique to my collection! This was two coats.
Grande Finale. Holographic bar glitter. Really pretty but damn troublesome. This won't last long on your nails. It's like needing to pluck that annoying nose hair right out of your boyfriend's nose...but with glitter...on your nails.
Holo Chrome. What's up with the naming Kleancolor? This is not chrome, but it definitely has holo! I made the focus slightly off for the image so you could get the holo effect a bit. I liked this three-coater holo, but I HATED the brush. It was huge and strangely shaped. Like on the manufacturing line it went in at a weird angle and just never got fixed. Shame, it's a beautiful color!
Pastel Blue. This is different than Pastel Teal (used in the patchwork nail art) because it's more grey. I wouldn't call the 'teal' teal though. The pastels are all gorgeous in their own right, and only need 2-3 coats.
You can get Kleancolors like these from MyWholesaleFashion.com. Be wary of the packaging that the polishes are shipped in however. I've seen several other blogs purchasing from this site with horror stories, and I just consider myself lucky my bottles didn't break. It sounds like replacements are always given, but I think they just need to switch the packaging. Everything arrives in a box with a few pieces of bubble wrap loosely laid out. I had 3-4 layers of bubble wrap, with a few bottles between each layer. Each bottle was not individually wrapped, which is just begging for breakage, so hopefully that changes.
These products were sent to me by MyWholesaleFashion.com. The reviews are based entirely on my experience with the products and were in no way influenced by anyone.