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Review: Dollish Polish Random Dancing

Slowly working my way through my epic indie haul from last week!  It's been literally the worst thing in the work but I'm managing to push through.  Up today is the most interesting polish I snagged from Dollish Polish, Random Dancing.

Let me preface this by saying how much I love square glitter.  I have probably a hundred (ohh that's not good) different glitter polishes and only a couple feature square glitter.  Hexes are nice but been there, done that.  Random Dancing, however, uses multiple types of square glitter which makes it a winner in my book! A tip with this polish though: it's ever so slightly tinted purple which made my choice of base colour less than awesome.  Black would have been a good choice.  Anyway, application was decent, though a little thick. 






The Verdict:  I think it might be the base colour that's throwing me off here.  I love the glitter combination but didn't expect the base tint.  I will try again!  In the mean time, yay square glitter!

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  1. Such a lovely glitter and it looks perfect with the mint base! Love it!

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  2. I like the square glitter a lot! And I totally love it with the base you used.

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  3. I don't see any tint! Looks awesome!

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