|I feel so pro with this hand pose|
I just love the way it looks, and I love big glitter (and all glitter)!! Such cute and happy vibes were given off by this manicure. One thing that wasn't cute was the name, come on Etude House I want cute names.
I put this over various pinks which can be seen in my pink comparison post. With the glitter over the middle pinks they looked like the same polish. Nails Inc - Notting Hill over white is on my thumb.
Last time I had a lot of complaints about the formula, mostly too much base not enough glitter but I feel differently this time. The polish is still the same but I think my long nails this time was a VERY important factor, the glitter spread better.
I also used a different application technique, I swirled the brush to pick up a lot of glitter, I didn't get rid of a lot of glitter on the rim of the polish and I put it all on the nail, there was excess and I would put it on the other nails. The coverage looked pretty in the end, also if there was a lot of glitter piled on top of each other I would quickly get a toothpick and move it carefully.
Removal was still no walk in the park, but with a glitter polish like this you can't expect it to be easy, it's not the worse polish I've ever removed but it wasn't easy. Also there were red random splodge (technical term) staining on my nails after (I was not best pleased) but I'm not sure I blame this glitter cause sometimes combinations of polishes earn staining, so I think it may be the combination of the hot pink and glitter. I will still be using this polish though, the staining will go away.
I'm glad I got this glitter working for me cause I love it, I need to find ways to incorporate it into nail art cause even with the not perfect formula this polish is one of favourites cause of how cute the mix of glitter is.
Well I hope you enjoyed reading my glitter ramblings (I can really ramble about glitter), thanks if you did and have a great day!! :)