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Review: Cha Cha Twist from All That Glitters

Onwards my friends, to try all the different indie polishes out there!  You might recognise this one as a particular stand out from the haul I got in the mail yesterday from AllThatGlitters, another wonderful etsy seller.  This is my first shipment from here and if the other polishes are anything like Cha Cha Twist, I'll be getting way more in the future.

I just had to start with Cha Cha Twist, it's such a stand out glitter.  Combining hex, square (yeah, square) and bar glitter in lots of different sizes in teal, blue, red and black, I can't think of another glitter polish like it. What you see below is two coats over Orly Sweet Peacock, a bright sparkly blue foil.  Application was decent for this polish although I got a lot more interesting glitter when I upended the bottle for a couple of minutes.  It's a little gloopy but there is so. much. glitter. you wouldn't expect anything else.  I love the colour combination in this, looks so good on.






The Verdict: I have five other glitters here to try and if Cha Cha Twist is anything to go by they're all going to be awesome.  Have I mentioned again lately how much I love black and square glitter?  I love that there's both in here :D

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  1. Woah. I was considering this one, but once again, I am SOLD once I see your pictures xD But, is this just Cha Cha alone, or is it on top of a blue polish? Just wondering :)

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