I have a couple of glitters to share with you that will make your holidays brighter. But first, I am showing you my hand painted with a base of China Glaze Manhunt, (you got it right Morgana, great job!)
This is showing a little lighter color than it normally reveals. It looks more navy in ordinary light, it has a bit of translucence so the color appears lighter at times. Uh oh, looks like I missed a huge bunch of polish on my cuticles. Oh noes! I hope no one notices...LOL.
I could hardly wait to cover this creme, with lashings of glitter topcoats from Sephora by OPI and brand new Revlon holiday Sequins in stores now.
These topcoats make my world a better place. Because, as my brilliant husband noted, creme polishes are difficult to get just perfect. (Can you believe he said that? He understands. I am so proud!)
The other nails have one coat of Revlon Sequins. Perhaps the difference in density is due to the age and slight thickening of the consistency of my bottle of SOPI. As you can tell there seem to be more of the larger hexes on the nail. Both these have larger, hexagonal glitters and smaller gold glitters. The difference in color is not distinguishable on the nail to my eye.
Either polish is a great investment, they can be used for multiple easy looks for parties or festivities, if you enjoy that sort of thing! Wink Wink.
By the way, I really appreciate the great feedback on my party, I had so much fun I definitely want to have another one next year and make it even better! I love dressing up! Recently, I have heard other grown up expressing the same sentiment, and feel nostalgic for those fun days of trick or treating.
Morgana you correctly identified Confetti Champagne and Caviar in my last post, as well as Revlon Holiday Sequins! You have some very impressive nail polish knowledge indeed!
I love puzzles and quizzes : )