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Cobalt Blue and Super Sparkley: Sally Hansen Co-balt Blue and Such a Go-Glitter

I had a little free time the other night so I thought I'd give a favourite glitter another go-around.  Nicole by OPI Such a Go-Glitter is quite unique with tons of tiny blue glitters, interspersed with sparkly holo particles.  The glitter is so thick I just had to check if the base was clear or blue too!  I've tried this one a long time ago over Sally Hansen Navy Baby but I thought I'd give a brighter blue, Sally Hansen Co-balt Blue, a shot. 




As you can see, the cobalt is a really beautiful colour.  I'm always fond of blues but this one was rich and multi-dimensional.  This is two coats.



Next, we have two coats of the glitter.  Look how much it sparkles when the camera is out of focus!  It's really the only way I've found that really highlights just how glittery this one comes out.  It's not the greatest match with the cobalt as the glitter is just too much of a match with the base colour.  Over something darker the blue glitter stands out more.




The verdict:  these are both great polishes.  I've been really impressed lately at how cheaply you can pick up the Sally Hansen range and the colours are good.  I do love a holo glitter too!

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