I'm always on the lookout for new polish brands and I'd seen Floss Gloss around the place and thought I'd give it a shot. I'm so glad I did because they are so very super sparkly and awesome. I've been moving away from the traditional polish reviews lately as I like to contribute to the internet something that hasn't been done before. I really wanted to try out these polishes so the hardest part was trying to find out how to incorporate a coral, very dark brow, gold glitter and silver glitter polishes in the one mani. Why not jump aboard the art deco train and do something with triangles and call it art deco?
It's no secret that when I get bored, I troll ebay for glitter. I set myself a $10 budget, search for "holo hex glitter" or something, sort by buy it now and lowest price + shipping and go nuts. I got a new package in the mail today and turns out we all have different definitions of "rhombus" as my rhombus glitter was distinctly hexagonally shaped. Whatever, it's an excuse to the most rainbowy nails I've ever done. They're so sparkly they're actually casting little rainbows on my keyboard as I type this. Sure, they took a long time to do but look how sparkly in these static images! To start, I did my usual base, two coats of Rimmel Black Satin. It cleans up well and doesn't do weird things to my glitter so it's a good base. Then, using my usual technique and Sally Hansen Invisible top coat, I got to work with my glitter. I've been having a lot of luck lately with starting with a column of glitter straight down the middle