Today's post features four, awesome polishes from Carolina over at Glitz in a Bottle. Here are some swatches!
*three of my nails decided that it would be fun to break on me, so be prepared to see shorter than average nails ;)*
First up, Angel Breath. This consists of a clear base and is packed with small matte yellow-gold hexes, small matte silver hexes, small matte baby pink hexes, and medium metallic pink hexes. I'm a huge fan of this color and I love anything with matte glitters. I think that she came up with the perfect name for this, it's very feminine and soft. This was done in two coats.
Next, Pink Dreams. This consists of a clear base and is packed with small, matte light blue, baby pink, and teal hexes. Application was good and applied nicely in two coats. The combination below reminded me of cotton candy or some sorta bubble gum, go figure! ;)
Endless Birthday is a clear base and is packed with small, yellow, red, green, orange, purple, and blue hexes, and orange bar glitter. This one is sooo beautiful in the bottle as it is on the nails, but it was real tricky to apply and I found myself fishing for glitter, but it's nothing a little patience and determination can't fix. This was two coats.
Lastly, my favorite from the bunch, Autumn Explosion. This is a clear base and is loaded with black glitter, small, matte pale gold and small matte dark orange hexes. Another Fall appropriate color I will definitely be rocking soon! :) This was perfect in one coat.
Angel Breath, Pink Dream, Endless Birthday, and Autumn Explosion
$7.50 ea - 15 ml bottle
Stainless steel mixing balls
US shipping only
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As always, hope this helps & happy shopping!
Do you own any Glitz in a Bottle polishes? What are your thoughts?! I'd love to know down below!
A sample of these products were provided for review purposes. I am not being compensated in anyway, shape, or form. The reviews on Deuce Beauties are my honest opinions, based on my experience/knowledge with each product mentioned.