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November 21, 2014

Frosted Reindeer Food Glitter Nail Polish

Frosted Reindeer Food
Glitter Topper Nail Polish For Christmas!

 Frosted Reindeer Food is a clear base filled with gorgeous iridescent glitters combined with very tiny white and pink hex in a .008. Then it has light pink stars and white circle doughnut looking glitter throughout. The stars and circles are a heavier glitter and seem to find their way away from the top so you will have to fish for those. If you want extra glitter for glitter placement then message me in my store and leave a note that you want the stars and circles and I will add two little baggies with 1/4 tsp of each glitter for you. You can easily leave the stars and circles off and go for a whole new look with only the other glitter and it looks like a frosted candy. It's just perfect and so gorgeous and looks totally delicious.

Here is a macro shot of the raw glitter mix before I put it in the bottle. I just love the iridescent glitter in this. Sometimes adding iridescent glitter into the mix will cause the base to become a little thicker than usual. If you find that it becomes to thick for you just add a little polish thinner to the bottle and this will make it much easier to shake up for you.




 The picture of the nails all show 3 coats. This polish has a really good coverage if you want to wear this on it's on. Try layering this over a light pink. It's just beautiful!


Close up on the nail!!! This base color is Eighty4 "Play Date" and I applied 3 coats of "Frosted Reindeer Food" over it. Looks AWESOME!

The first nail is "Frosted Reindeer Food" on it's own. The second nail is over a light pink by Eighty4 called "Play Date", the third nail is over a white in Salon Perfect "Sugar Cube".

The first nail is "Frosted Reindeer Food" on it's own. The second nail is over a light pink by Eighty4 called "Play Date", the third nail is over a white in Salon Perfect "Sugar Cube", and last nail it's over Salon Perfect"Fired Up Fuchia".









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