Sunday, October 27, 2013

Shimmer Polish Review - Part 2

**press samples**

Hello :)  Today I have a few more shades by Shimmer Polish to show you.  This is Part 2 and if you missed the Part 1 review, here's the link.  Let's get started!

All photographs below are shown with a coat of Gelous and a coat of top coat.

First up, Cleo - a fuschia jelly with blue, gold & purple glitter in various shapes and sizes.  I chose to layer a coat over Barielle Edgy.  
The bottle is jam packed with glitter, holographic particle and shimmer, well all her creations are like that anyway!
Very sparkly!!  
Next up is Katie - a green tinted base with green, pink & gray glitter in various shapes and sizes; a coat is layered over Jessica Victorian Crush.
When I first saw this, I didn't really like it BUT ended up wearing this the longest (5 days) out of the 5 shades I received for review.
Totally gorgeous!!
Lastly, Sarah - a tropical green base with blue, gold & purple glitter in various shapes and sizes.  This is layered over China Glaze Man Hunt.
I wanted to try something different, so instead of a glossy top coat, I used OPI Matte Top Coat.
I was never really drawn to glitter being mattified BUT boy was I wrong!  This is too cool in person!!
My overall experience with this new-to-me brand is perfect.  Formula is very consistently nice, not thick at all, the glitter spreads easily and evenly which make perfect applications.  Everyone should try a bottle or 2 or 3 (lol) and you won't be disappointed!

Shimmer Polish is available on her Etsy shop here, $12.00 per full sized bottle; Facebook to stay connected.

What do you think?  Thank you for dropping by :) 


**products provided for my honest review**

4 comments:

My Nail Polish Online said...

Oh wow, Cleo is amazing!! So are the other ones :D

Nails Beautiqued said...

I love shimmer polish! I've fallen in love with matte glitters too :)

Shimmer (Nail Polish) said...

gorgeous!

Polished Marvels said...

Hi Vicky, oh my what a glitter feast!!! They are all gorgeous - I think Chloe would be my favorite :-)