Sunday, July 10, 2011

Real Gold Glitter

Are you sick of seeing polishes from my trip to Las Vegas yet? I hope not!
These are some more polishes I stumbled onto at the beauty show. These glitters are made from real gold and silver. Pretty cool, huh? These glitters also came with a top coat that is meant to enhance the shine of the glitters. I actually like the top coat quite a bit and wore it with my glitter polishes. It's isn't quick dry, though.

This is 1 coat of 22kt. Gold Glitter over China Glaze Frostbite.

22kt. Gold Glitter is a gold glitter polish with tiny gold glitter particles.

I really love the tiny glitter. It's a way to add flair to a manicure without it becoming a disco ball.

I love these glitters over Frostbite.

This is 1 coat of 12kt. White Gold Glitter over Essie First Dance.

12kt. White Gold is a silver glitter polish with tiny glitter particles.

I don't know if it is the reflection of the red, but sometimes this glitter also shows a bit gold.

It's a bit gold here.

This is 1 coat of Real Silver Glitter over China Glaze Frostbite.

Real Silver Glitter is a silver glitter polish with tiny glitter particles.

I think this is my favorite combination yet.



I like the subtle differences between each polish, but realistically, having only one of these would have made me happy. But the bottles REALLY make me happy.

I like being able to do things like this.

And this. :D

They also had a red glitter that was to die for. I'm still kicking myself for passing it up.

15 comments:

  1. Those glitters are INCREDIBLE with Frostbite!

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  2. What a cute glitters! Lovely manicures.

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  3. Hahahah these are awesome and I love your bottle "poses". Too cute.

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  4. Wow I can't believe they have real gold polishes!! So cool!!

    XOXO

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  5. Hi Rachel, do you know if these glitters can be bought online?
    Jenny

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  6. Oh geesh these are incredible!!! What a great idea!

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  7. these are AWESOME, how do I find them to purchase?

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  8. Your layering is always the best :D

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  9. How pretty!! I was in Vegas in March but hadn't seen this brand or else I would have bought it for sure!

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  10. Jenny- Sorry I don't! I'm trying to get some extras so everyone can get their hands on them :(

    Carrie- I'm not sure!

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  11. I don't really like frostbite on its own but with the glitters it comes to life and looks pretty

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  12. Wow, China Glaze Frostbite is an AMAZING bright blue! It looks sort of like the Sinful Colors blue I have, only brighter.

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