|Silver charm bracelet - Links of London. Silver ring and Bangle - Mont Blanc.|
This was my main reason for purchasing the China Glaze 'Let It Snow' gift set. I'd been eying up the color Snow Globe and thinking about how it would look layered over white. As we all know by now I'm a big advocate of a little sparkle, on nails in particular! So when I spotted a swatch of the white, very iridescent Snow Globe I had to get it. Up close it has gorgeous flecks of pink, blue and soft yellow glitter.
I had a vision in my head of a white base coat with a thick coat of the glitter over the top turning out like a snowy looking type of nail.
Well....I think it worked! I'm sort of surprised because usually my imagination does a better job than I can ever do in real life. Sadly, as with most glitter polishes, the pictures don't capture how it twinkles under the light. But let me tell you, it's very eye catching and...I love it! It looks like winter, in my head anyway. What do you reckon?
|White polish base coat with China Glaze 'Snow Globe'.|
|China Glaze 'Let It Snow' nail polish set - 'Snow Globe' and 'Blue Year's Eve'.|
I'm a big fan of the blue on it's own as a block color. It has a very metallic foil like finish. For me it doesn't seem to work with Snow globe though. I feel like it's too fussy and the colors don't seem to compliment one another. Just my two cents. I'm excited to try Snow globe over a lilac though. I think it will go well with the soft pastel colors in the glitter. I've seen it over black too which looked cool so I may possibly try that at some point.
One lucky person has won the giveaway for a China Glaze 'Let It Snow' gift set all for them. The lucky lady is...
Congratulations Bri! I hope you like the colors and find a way you like wearing them best.
Thank you to everyone else for entering and for all of your support. Reading everyone's lovely comments is what keeps me blogging so thank you all very much!