Black and white glitter polish!!!!!!!!! Yeeeeeaah!
Today's post is a fantastic black and white glitter topcoat called Show's Over by Slick Lacquer By Suzzie. I love black and white glitter topcoats!!!!! GIVESSSMEEEHHHAAAALLTHEEEETOPCOATSSS!
On the site, Show's Over is described as:
" In this age of technology, is there even such a thing as the "TV static" screen anymore? Hmm... Well, being nostalgic, I created a polish inspired by just that! It features black and white glitter in varying shapes and sizes. I used only square and hex glitter to stick to the theme."
Let's just get to the pics!
First, over Illamasqua Stance. I basically chose this as a base randomly because black and white glitters look good over everything!!! This is two coats of Stance and two coats of Show's Over.
Did you notice the label?? Suzzie does the labels for these BY HAND. How cute is that!? This is a little glittery static television!! I love little details and extra touches like this, the bottle is instantly special. :)
Aaand here's a two-for-one, Show's Over shown over my other Slick Lacquer polish, Midge! Bam!
And lastly, here's just a quick peek of the swatch I did when I received Show's Over in the mail and HAD to try it right then! This is Nailtini Grappa as a base. Also not bad, but I prefer a lighter base like Midge, personally. This is also only 1 coat of SO. Just a try-it-on moment!
Okay, the details: You can find Slick Lacquer by Suzzie on etsy and on Facebook to see the pretties.
Thanks for stopping by!!
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