SP has created the Top (Coat) of the Class collection, glitter toppers inspired by different decades! I received samples from the 60's Mod, 70's Disco, and Totally 80's collections and I've decided to space them out into 3 posts by decade.
Because I am too OCD to go out of order, today we are going to take a peek at the 60's Mod toppers, featuring:
First up, this simple black and white, Spot On, makes a bold statement over any color. Unfortunately, the base to glitter ratio is quite off and I ended up with way too much base and not enough glitter. I ended up dabbing these glitter pieces on and then using my SP topcoat to attempt to smooth it down. I can't even give you a proper count on how many coats I used because you really need to dab and place this topper, but the base is Salon Perfect's Haute Pink, which I adore!
Next, this pastel pretty is Flower Power, shown over China Glaze's The Grass Is Lime Greener. This is another tough to use topper, full of yellow, pink, blue and white glitters, also in desperate need of the dip, dab, and place method. The little dots came out much easier, but to get a big and small glitter ratio, you'll have to work for it.
Last but not least, Mad About Mod is shown over OPI's Hey Baby. Similar to Flower Power, the smaller pieces come out easily but the bigger pieces need some fishing.
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