With Christmas approaching, I’m definitely in the mood for glitter and bling (apart from Christmas sweaters 😉 ). Pour Some Glitter On Me is packed with hexagon-shaped golden and silver glitter chunks, and it is even more special because it dries matte. That’s really something, isn’t it? 😉
I didn’t fish for the glitter and “poured” one coat on Chanel Fiction. You might notice the matte effect.
A current favourite, with special regard to Christmas. I fancy reds and I fancy neons; Scenario combines both.
Two coats applied. The finish is actually matte but photos were taken with top coat.
On my way to the subway – here you can probably see how bright this is. 🙂
Hello! I’ve stayed in Hamburg over the weekend but took some time off the Internet and the more I have to catch up with now when it comes to work and organising stuff. Nevertheless I had a wonderful weekend.
Here is another green, an older one: Nawsome Sauce by ManGlaze.
Two coats shown below without top coat. And, yes, even though it looks glossy, it’s actually matte (but with shimmer).
Due to a severe storm in the North of Germany we were advised to stay home, for safety reasons. So I swatched some nail varnishes and watched Guardians of the Galaxy on DVD. This one is another matte. Relax Rosy is pink with a hint of rosewood.
Two coats applied.
Close-up (please excuse the uneven application; I didn’t use base coat).
I guess you won’t be surprised to hear that I have a ton of nail varnishes in my stash which I have not worn, nor swatched yet. There are many pretty colours among them, such as Midnight Sparkle. This is denim blue with small silver and blue glassflecks.
Moreover, but it does not say so on the bottle, it dries semi-matte. Shown below is two coats.
Last matte nail colour I am showing for the time being – you have my word. 😉 I’ve posted Matte is Murder before, back in 2011, and wore it again during Fantasy Filmfest. Because black and horror movies are a good match, and matte black with glitter is even better. Two coats applied, no top coat.
I’ve obviously been into matte nail varnishes during Fantasy Filmfest. Here is another one by Dior, Rouge Matte, which is actually the legendary Rouge Altesse (or just “Rouge) 999, but in a matte version. Gorgeous.
Red AND matte. You got me! Two coats shown below.