Hi guys! Welcome back to my review of the Indie Shop: Atlanta. I know it is taking awhile to post everything, but in the end I think it's easier. If I made just one post, it would be huge. This way I have the chance to really talk about my experience at the tables.
If you know anything about indie nail polish, then you've heard about KBShimmer. They had 2-3 tables of items, when most other brands had one. Everyone was slowly going through the line to get to the polishes, so my husband was able to take a lot of photos of the tables. Christy and her husband were the only people at the table, so they were hustling the whole time. I didn't get a chance to chat with them, but when I asked a couple questions, they were quick to answer me with a friendly face. The table was organized well with the bath & body items on one side and polishes/nail care on the other.
A quick look at all of the tables. The area closest to us had the bath and body products and the far side had the polishes. Christy seemed to be working on the polish side while her husband did a little of both.
There was a show special going on where you could get any 6 polishes and the holo bag for $50. My budget didn't let me take advantage of the deal, but I know lots of others did.
I Never Wood Have Guessed (right) and It's Petrifying (left) were the KBShimmer show exclusives
And she brought some unicorn sugar scrubs!
She had tons of cuticle oils, Picture Perfect Matte Cuticle Cream (which I bought 2 of), and body lotion.
She also brought some rainbow nail tools which look so much cooler than my standard silver ones.
I showed their first banner in Part I of the recap this was her beautiful second one.
I believe they are getting rid of their water decals (and maybe vinyls?) so they had some mystery bags for only $10. I'm terrible at nail art so I didn't get one.
The first of several polish racks. She debuted the spring 2017 Natui by Nature Collection at the show as well.
More polishes. My husband was amused by the polish names (especially I Wet My Plants).
She had nail sticks of all of the polishes which helped you decide (if you didn't already have your phone out to look at blog swatches).
The Colors by Llarowe table was located in the back corner with 2 tables. Leah Ann had a helper named Anissa who helped me with my polishes. Unfortunately for me (and fortunately for her) her table was slammed with customers (I was never able to get close to 95% of the regular stock). Pretty much all of my pictures are from the end without the crowd.
This was the trio in collaboration with The Jedi Wife. These are for sale on the Colors by Llarowe site right now if you weren't able to attend.
I didn't get a chance to look at the name of this one, but I'm sure someone will tell me. I'll update this when I find out!
Leah Ann (left) and Anissa (right) were working hard that day
You guys know I'm terrible at nail art so I didn't spend too much time at the table. Kristy is the owner of the brand and was really nice (and didn't grill me on why I'm so bad at art). She had vinyls, decals, latex barrier, and vinyl stickers.
Cutest logo ever.
So many decals with a cute presentation. How many times can I use the word cute for their table? Answer: too many
I got one of these for my Helmer.
If you look at the bottom of the table you can see some vinyl stickers that say The Indie Shop Atlanta 2017. Yup, another sticker for my Helmer.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you're enjoying the photos and reviews! I still have a few more tables to show, so stop back soon!