Sunday, February 5, 2012

China Glaze Fairy Dust

I wanted to try out China Glaze Fairy Dust and at the time I already had on Modelista On Location - Berlin. Fairy Dust is multicoloured holographic glitter in a clear base. I applied one thin coat of Fairy Dust over On Location - Berlin. Then I topped it all off with a coat of Seche Vite Dry Fast top coat which made the surface nice and smooth.

These photo's are in artificial light after I applied Fairy Dust.

 China Glaze Fairy Dust in Artificial Light

  China Glaze Fairy Dust in Artificial Light


China Glaze Fairy Dust in Artificial Light
 Intentionally blurry to try and show just how intense the holographic glitter is in Fairy Dust!

Then the following day I took photo's in the sunlight.

 China Glaze Fairy Dust in Natural Light

  China Glaze Fairy Dust in Natural Light

 China Glaze Fairy Dust in Natural Light
 Again the blurry shot :)


Fairy Dust is perfect to add some holographic sparkle to any colour. The formula is slightly thick so a bit of thinner might be on the menu. I was moving my nails around at night, playing around to see the different sparkles. The primary colours were blue, red and green but as you can see in the photo's its full of many colours. Be warned I only applied a thin coat of Fairy Dust and yet it was a massive PITA to remove. It was so gritty and I would definitely recommend using the Foil Method to remove it. This is now my favourite top coat to apply to spice up any manicure!

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    1. Fairy Dust is pretty over any colour! But it's crazy gritty for how small an amount you apply.

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