Rebel At Heart was a birthday present, given to me by my daughter, who knows that I am into sparkly shades. This has a dark grey base, packed with silver and some golden microglitter.
Two coats without top coat – Rebel At Heart dries a bit matte, but not gritty.
For the following photos, I added top coat, achieving a shinier result.
It’s kind of a small A England feature these days. 🙂 Here is Natasha’s Dance/War & Peace, a blackened blue with silver holographic microglitter.
Two coats shown below.
Heathcliff presents multicolour glitter in a black jelly base, the glitter bits being red, blue, silver, gold, and purple.
I applied two coats for perfect coverage (and tried not to think about removal issues, haha). To achieve a smooth finish, I sealed the mani with top coat.
So that’s probably the last post before Christmas (but you’ll never know) and I just finished doing my mani for Christmas Eve, which is State of Gold over Gris-or. Wishing you guys a merry Christmas! I’m not truly in a Christmas-y mood – not yet – and instead enjoying the weather, reminding more of autumn than of cold winter days.
As for this post’s nail varnish, Rose Flash is a rose pink shade with silver microglitter and a pearl finish. This is a vintage nail colour, as you may have already notived from the bottle, and I have no clue about its actual release date, unfortunately.
Application was two coats – and I admit that I prefer it in the bottle than on my nails. Seems that Rose Flash does not like my skin tone (and I’m not a great fan of pearl finish combined with pink-leaning colours …).
The past two days were packed with Christmas events, to be more precisely, school concerts with my daughter participating. I really enjoyed watching how much effort they had put in their performances. The school, although a smaller one, offers many musical activities and everyone was on stage – resulting in a two-hour event.
So I’ve been busy which required a really long-lasting manicure … with glitter being an ideal option (also looking forward to Christmas, finally). State of Gold lived up to my expectations; it is densely packed with golden, white gold and silver glitter in a clear base.
Since I guess State of Gold is meant to be a top coat I layered it over one coat of Gris-Or with the pink iridescent shimmer still peeping through the glitter. This will probably be my manicure for Christmas Eve. Moreover, I applied this on Monday; it’s Thursday now and it still looks immaculate. Just brilliant.
With Bäri. State of Gold can be combined with every colour any anything, even Ikea teddy bears.
I kind of fell for Anna Gorelova nail varnishes. Greza (although I understand a fair bit of Russian I don’t have an appropriate keyboard) is a thermo effect polish that shifts from pink (warm) to purple (cold, with a hint of indigo, I guess). In addition, it contains silver microglitter. Overall, this is quite extraordinary. Moreover, the bottle comes with a nail polish ring, which I forgot to put on …
Shown below is two coats. I did not use top coat, as you might notice, this dries satin-y (and rather quickly). Here is the pink version.
Since I was suffering from a heavy cold when taking the photos, I did not feel like going outside to see the colour changing, thus I rummaged through the freezer – ending up with this pack of brussels sprouts. They did a good job!
Here is a close-up view.
Omen is a bright green with silver glitter and foil finish. Moreover, this is UV-sensitive – so that I really regret not having a UV lamp. But I guess it’s outstanding already because of its colour …
Shown below is two coats.