piCture pOlish Blogger
This is one gorgeous glitter bomb. It only arrived a few hours ago, but I could not wait to use it. I opened the package, swatched the polish on a nail wheel, took a quick photo with my smartphone and then tweeted my delight. But then I kept looking at the bottle on my desk. I was trying to concentrate on working, but it was calling to me to put it on. And so I did. This polish must be the fastest to ever go from in my hands to onto my nails!
So, this is piCture pOlish Blogger. (Why the weird capitals – does anyone know? I tried to find out online, but couldn’t find an explanation). Anyway, it’s my first ever piCture pOlish and from how I feel about it, I’m sure it’s not going to be my last. piCture pOlish is an Australian brand, but in the UK we’re lucky that Sally Magpies imports them. I bought this along with my first ever Ozotic (also absolutely stunning) and was really pleased with the ordering process and speed of delivery from Sally – she gets a big thumbs up from me.
This is just one coat over my A England Lady of Shalott manicure. Yes, just one coat. Without a base colour this would only take two coats for full glitter coverage. It really is very densely packed with the glitters. They come in assorted colours and sizes: pink, red, gold/yellow, silver and blue in small and medium, but just the blue in large glitter.
It went on better than any other glitter I’ve ever used. I didn’t really need to dab the polish on because it applied really evenly and smoothly with just swiping the brush normally.
[EDIT: piCture pOlish tweeted me to say there’s no particular reason for the capital letters in their name. So now you know!]
- Base colour: two coats of A England Lady Of Shalott
- Intermediate top coat: Seche Vite – two coats
- Glitter: one coat of piCture pOlish Blogger
- Top coat: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Anti-Chip – two coats
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