Sunday, June 23, 2013

Put on your best Sunday Bling!

So guys....hi and stuffs!
Hope you are all fully enjoying your weekend and not thinking about Monday already...
I'm thinking about how glad I am I don't have to do a damn thing tomorrow. may or may not have noticed but I went crazyville last night and re-did my blog header up there^^ - a couple of times actually, but now I like it. I also decided to redo my watermarks, so that's some new stuff round these parts. I'm always trying to tweak the blog to be a bit more "me" and it feels more me now and less...sophisticated.

So today I've got some bling, courtesy of KKCenterHK. Let's see what it is!

KKCenterHk - 2.5mm Circle Glitter in Gold Bronze
KKCenterHk - 2.5mm Circle Glitter in Black

Essie - Penny Talk
Sinful Colors - Black on Black
Stamping Plates - A34 (Messy Mansion) and CH50 (Cheeky)

Here is the jar of glitters, it is huge. Lifetime supply huge.

I've also shown you here a comparison of the jar next to a standard 3 gram jar.

For this mani I have also used the same glitters in Black, that I reviewed HERE. These glitters in Gold Bronze (as well as a ton of other shades) are available HERE for $8.00 per jar.

I did alternating bases of Black and Essie's Penny Talk, a copper metallic/chrome polish.

I stamped the middle and pinky fingers with a combination of a lace plate (A34) and a floral design (Cheeky 50) - the glitter nails are matching polish bases with glitters adhered on top. On the index finger I used the black circles and also some smaller black hex glitters I had.

I'd like to add with this Gold bronze glitters that they were thinner than the black ones I previously reviewed. The black ones were about double the thickness and stuck up more off the nail than these do. If these were/are solvent resistant they would be pretty acceptable to throw in some polish. However, I did recall someone else saying recently that these metallic circles were bleeding on them after they used a topcoat. I did not have this issue with these gold glitters (nor the black, but the black seem more plastic and less, metal...)

Make sure and use my coupon code below for a 10% OFF Discount if you like these! 
The glitters are available HERE.

**some items in this post were sent to me for free by the company or their PR firm in exchange for my honest review**
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Missy Molotov

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