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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Glitter Daze - New Indie Glitter Polish

Today I have 4 new glitter polishes from a new indie line called Glitter Daze!

Their introductory line is called Love at First Sight and is a Valentine's Day inspired collection consisting of Cupid Hit Me, One Grape Love, Pure Seduction and First Love.

Glitter Daze Love at First Sight Collection (with Seche Vite top coat)
Thumb to Pinky: Cupid Hit Me, One Grape Love, Pure Seduction and
Cupid Hit Me again on the pinky.

I can't seem to get my camera to pick up what a hot pink Cupid Hit Me is!

Descriptions from Glitter Daze's site...

Cupid Hit Me is a fun and flirty hot pink. It is loaded with multi-sized pink and red glitter as well as silver holographic glitter.

Glitter Daze Cupid Hit Me

Image of Cupid Hit Me from Glitter Daze site

One Grape Love is a warm purple polish with red, purple, and fuchsia glitters.

Glitter Daze One Grape Love

Image of One Grape Love from Glitter Daze site

Pure Seduction is a deep red polish with a lot of glitter. It contains medium sized gold, fuchsia, and garnet glitter, as well as small red glitter.

Glitter Daze Pure Seduction

Image of Pure Seduction from Glitter Daze site

First Love is a pale pink nail polish with medium-sized light pink and lavender glitter, as well as small gold and silver glitter.

Glitter Daze First Love

Image of First Love from Glitter Daze site

without top coat

with top coat

with top coat

close-up with top coat

I didn't have any harsh smells as you sometimes get with indie glitters. The formula kept the glitters suspended well and they applied evenly and without leaving me with the feeling I needed to try and "place" the glitters. All of these are shown over my bare nails with only two coats, but I'm sure they would look good layered over base colors as well. The coverage was, however, adequate enough that I didn't feel the need for a colored base coat of polish. Glitters were densely packed. I imagine three coats would give full opacity. Also, I only used one coat of Seche Vite which gave me a smooth surface without that "gritty glitter feel."

Glitter Daze polishes are available through their website and blog here for $4.50 each.

So what do you think? Have you been trying indie polishes lately? Will you try these?

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