Thursday, March 6, 2014

Nail Fabulosity XO, Glitter Break, & Lucky in Love

Press Sample
Hey there lovelies! I am so over this week. Yesterday was hump day, but I feel like I'm still trying to get over the hump. I know you are probably tired of my whining, but I really need to get it together. Anyway, I am thankful to see another day and so happy that you stopped by! I have some pretty polishes to show you from Nail Fabulosity. It's been awhile since I reviewed for the brand, but Rece definitely made a lasting impression. If you recall, Cookies, Cream, & Funfetti (shown HERE) was one of my top indie polishes of 2013. It remains one of my favorites! Let's get into the polishes I have for you today, shall we?

XO is described by the maker as "a creamy white base polish with pink shimmer and red, pink, and lavender glitter of various sizes and shapes." I used three coats and topcoat for these photos. I love the delicacy of this one, which is enhanced with the subtle shimmer in the base. This one could also be worn with a white base, which would create a more bold look. I like it this way, as it has the perfect balance of glitters and a great formula.

I added an XOXO accent nail using a nail stamp over a pink creme. I think this is really cute together!

Glitter Break is described as "grey nail polish with green shimmer." The base is a really sheer grey and it has a jelly formula. This color combo is so gorgeous. Again, fitting right into my love of shimmer polishes these days. I really wanted the shimmer to shine, so I decided to layer this one over a grey creme polish. It can probably be built up to have a very unique look, but I preferred to have it this way. Once coat is shown over the grey creme, plus topcoat.

I added green holo heart studs to match the shimmer. Again, I really love how this mani came together!

Lucky in Love is described as "a shimmery thermal nail polish that is green when cold and light green/yellow when warm." The polish went on smoothly and the jelly formula was easy to apply. I used three thin coats and topcoat. I really like the colors in this thermal. Although at first glance, the transition seems fairly minor, when you see it in action, it is a really bold transition. This will become clearer to you in the last picture.

Here is this beauty in the warm state.

Here is is when cold.

This picture shows the polish in both states. The index and ring fingers show the  state and the pinky and middle fingers show the state. Do you see what I meant? You can see the difference in the two colors used for the thermal transition much better when shown together.

Again, Nail Fabulosity has left me very impressed. These polishes are creative, super cute, and have great formulas. You can check out the brand's new online store by clicking HERE. Don't forget to follow the brand on social media: Facebook and Instagram.


Have a good one!


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