Onto the glitterryy goodness :) This one was the one I was the most excited for... I wanted to compare some of my holographic glitters.
From left to right: Northern Lights Top Coat, Wet n Wild Dasher, Odd nameless snowman, China Glaze Fairy Dust.
All of them by themselves, Two coats each. From left to right: Fairy Dust, Snowman, Dasher, Northern Lights.
Here they are in the sun, blurry to see the glitter.
One coat of each over black.
Here is a close up of Northern Lights. It is a clear base with holographic glitter that also doubles as a top coat. I honestly don't see what all of the hype is about with this top coat. I suppose it is cool that it is a top coat and not just a glitter, but I had to have TEN layers of this to get the glitter coverage I wanted. Not okay...
Here is a close up of Dasher. It is a limited edition polish so that stinks because it is a mini and I really like it! It is a clear polish with tons of silver/holo glitter.
Here is a close up of the snowman. It was on clearance for like 50 cents at meijer so I figured, what the heck? If you do enough coats this is a linear holo!! Woot. But I have no idea who made it. It also doesn't like to cover easily as you can see on the right picture. But for the price, you can't beat it.
Here is a close up of Fairy Dust. It is another clear based polish with similar glitter to Northern Lights. It is pretty holo as well. When I took these pictures I was like.... Um okay?? Where is the magic? But it really doesn't show its true potential until you put it over a color. Which I did... Later that day lol. Post to come :)
So.. What do you think?? Did I kill any lemmings for showing these? lol. I don't know if I would purchase Northern Lights if I had seen these pics before. It has good glitter for someone who doesn't want too much glitter.
What do you think??