I asked Jess why she was selling this gorgeous nail polish, and she said it didn’t turn out well for her. Since I wanted to make sure it shows as well as the swatches I saw, I sought my nail guru, Jacie.
Her tip to get the best out of this type of nail polishes? Swirl the brush around the bottle a few times, and make sure you get as much glitter on the brush on the brush as possible. Using the brush, place the glittering bits on the nail and adjust if necessary.
Okay, obviously my nails didn’t look as good as the ones I’ve seen on other beauty blogs, but sweet mama, it’s beautiful. It’s the first time I don’t have to worry about painting the polish on in perfect swipes. It doesn’t matter if it’s bumpy because after a coat of Seche Vite, all’s good.
One snag though – it’s a huge pain to remove. Even after pressing the nails with a cotton ball soaked with nail polish remover, the glitter was really tough to remove. My poor nails are all scratched and scruffy now *sigh*
Nevertheless, I shall keep this polish for special occasions because it’s still very pretty. Plus I’m like a magpie. Shiny things attract me.
Hah, your loss Jess!