I hope you've all had a great weekend. It's been a quiet one for me as I'm still recovering from the flu, however, I couldn't let another day go by without a post, so here's a simple post on a gorgeous glitter polish called 'Watch It Glitter' from the ORLY Flash Glam FX collection.
Watch It Glitter is a pretty copper glitter, suspended in a clear base. I was immediately intrigued as I love metallic glitters (think silver, platinum, gold and copper), and it's even better when they are suspended in a clear base as you can go to town layering them over different base polishes!
This polish is packed full of hexagonal glitter, but the glitter particles tend to settle to the bottom after a while. It's nothing a good shake doesn't fix. The brush picks up quite a lot of glitter but most of it gets stuck in the bottle neck when you wipe it off before applying. Not a problem when you're layering over your whole nail, but in order to do a gradient nail, like I did here, you need to go back and pick up glitter particles from the neck of the bottle.
On to photos!
I layered Watch It Glitter over Essie Stylenomics, a deep green shade that tends towards black. Stylenomics was a gift from my dear friend Kris (thank you again, Kris), and I'll be posting photos of Stylenomics soon.
My photos fail to do it justice, lovelies, it's even more stunning in real life!
I have one more polish from the collection to share, Can't Be Tamed, which will be featuring in an upcoming post shortly.
Removal was quite straightforward, I soaked a gauze square in some polish remover from Daiso, and the glitter came off quite easily!
Each of the polishes from the gorgeous Flash Glam FX collection retail at $18.95, and you can view a list of stockists or purchase online by clicking here.
Do you love glitters as much as I do?
Note: This product was kindly provided for my consideration. This has not affected my opinion in any way. I was not obliged to blog about it in any way but am choosing to do so at my own discretion. For more information, please refer to my Disclosure Policy.