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China Glaze Glam-More Crackle Glitter Tips

Glitter can be so much fun. If you are not planning to get a full nail of glitter, then simply add them to your tips like you would in a French manicure. Add a flower accent and you’re all done for these easy simple glitter tips. Glam-more is a gorgeous fuchsia coloured crackle glitter polish. 

I really started off trying to get the tips to crackle only but the polish was quite watery at the beginning so the cracks were barely visible. So to make the polish a regular glitter one instead of a crackle glitter I just went over again with another thicker coat of polish on the tips. The formula seems to thicken after a few uses. It does crack but it seems to do so better over larger areas and after the formula thicken up a bit. This was the first manicure done with China Glaze’s Glam-More Crackle Glitter.

Start with a base coat to make remove of glitter easier
Glitter applied in two coats over tips and one coat on accent finger. Add top coat.
I didn’t quite like the look of the full nail with the crackle so I just removed it and made it a glitter tip instead. So much better now! 

You probably guessed I just couldn’t stop there and then added the pink flowers to it. Using a nail dotting tool, I applied OPI’s Pink Friday in the shape of a flower and the middle dot of the China Glaze Glam-More crackle glitter to tie it all together. 

Hope you enjoyed. How do you wear your glitter?
Happy Glitter Glam!

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