Lately I've been trying to get a bit more creative with my nails. I've visited arts and crafts stores and dollar stores, hoping to find something I could stick on my nails. I was in luck at a very shady dollar store yesterday and found a "Nail and Sparkly Art Decoration Kit" for the bank-busting price of $1.99. Sold! Inside was this tiny bottle of rhombus-shaped silver glitter and I just HAD to try them out.
Before we talk about the glitter in detail, let's look this lovely kelly green, Revlon Posh. A new colour from Revlon, it's a really pretty and applies really well. What you see in the pictures below is two coats.
Once Posh was applied but still tacky, I took an orange stick, spread the glitter out on on piece of card and set to work. As the polish was still a little wet, it was easy to stick them down. Working left to right, I lined up the glitter so it would create a checker-board pattern. Time consuming, but worth it!
Now, here's where I made a mistake. I've had a bottle of a top coat other than Seche Vite sitting on my desk for a while now and I figured, why not give it a shot! LOOK AT ALL THE STUPID BUBBLES IT LEFT ON MY MIRROR-BALLS! Never using that one again.
|I want to punch those bubbles so hard.|
The Verdict: Love Revlon Posh, it's a perfect shade of sophisticated green. Also love differently-shaped glitter, who doesn't like mirror balls?
Fantastic green!!! I´ll buy when i see it in the store !!!ReplyDelete
Don´t worry about those bubbles, nobody can see them... :)
Thanks :) It was so perfect otherwise though, sigh...ReplyDelete
aww sorry about the bubbles!ReplyDelete
that glitter is just amazing! You lined it up so perfectly, unbelievable!
These are discotastic :D
Those are fabulous! But yeah, definitely sucks about the bubbles...ReplyDelete
Seche Vite is meant to be used on tacky polish, if the polish is too dry it can cause bubbles. Give it another chance :)ReplyDelete
It was the new top coat that caused the bubbles, not the Seche ViteDelete
This is super cute!! I have to try this out!!ReplyDelete