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Liquid Crystal flowing from China Glaze

If you can’t give me diamonds then give me glitter! I love anything sparkly but glitter polishes as much as they are a pain to remove, they do hold a special place in my heart. Liquid crystal is such a beautiful name to represent one of the 6 Prismatic chroma glitters from their China Glaze collection. These polishes combine glitter and holographic particles to make a mind boggling, eye-popping manicure. Not sure what made me choose liquid crystal, maybe it was the blue colour, or the purple tint or maybe the glitter overload of orange, green, pink, silver and gold glitter particles! 
This picture captures the purple tint
This was so pretty I couldn’t help but put them on my toes too! Usually with glitter polishes I need like 6 coats to get really lovely glitter particles evenly distributed all over the nail bed but with this polish, two coats are all you need. I did find the formula a bit thick though but I could understand why with the overload of glitter particles. There are way more solid particles that the liquid polish medium.
Do you love glitter polishes? I certainly do until it comes time to remove them! I’m enjoying liquid crystal anyway.
Liquid Crystal Love!
XOXO
Naomi

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