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Monday, December 10, 2012

Sea Lore Snowy Seal - Swatches and Review


Monday, Monday, can't trust that day...kind of like Texas weather.

The 80°F South Texas weather has taken a brief vacation to make room for a "cold front" being carried in on 50mph winds. So I thought a wintry polish might be appropriate.





Sea Lore Snowy Seal is one of their Wintry Friends Collection and it's  described as a "silver shimmering base with gunmetal and crystal hexes as well as silver and white glitter." I've used one coat of Snowy Seal over the Kiko #400 grey holo I was wearing, but it's opaque on its own in two coats. I've used two coats of Poshe but it is top coat hungry so a coat of Gelous before your favorite fast-dry top coat is advised if you want it perfectly smooth to the touch when dry. For gorgeous swatches of it on its own with some amazing nail art, check out Jacki's post (from Adventures in Acetone) here!




Sea Lore Snowy Seal

Sea Lore Snowy Seal

Sea Lore Snowy Seal

Sea Lore Snowy Seal

What do you think of this one? It really is a pretty silvery-grey glitter polish and it's perfect for a cold and windy South Texas coastal December day.



All of Sea Lore's polishes are hand-mixed, Cruelty Free, and 3-Free and can be purchased online here

They come in full size 15ml bottles for $10 and mini size 7.5ml bottles for $5.50. 

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4 comments :

  1. This is really unique! Love it!

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  2. Gorgeous! It looks great with your skin tone!

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  3. I think that this is a very interesting nail polish.
    It's a bit like a more edgy take of the usual glitters because of the non transparent liquid metal base. The overall effect is not too shiny and not too glittery but strong like metal. It's almost like a satin glitter.

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