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CaraMia Glo Nail Polish Review

Hello beautiful! I love discovering new products and supporting locally made ones at that. Introducing the new Glo polishes from CaraMia Cosmetics that are Made in Trinidad. They are bright colours with super fun names and the best part is that they glow under UV light.

 
Let's meet a Pink Hottie! This is a gorgeous deep pink crème shade. With two coats you get an even coat with almost full opacity, you can still see the nail line with these two coats.

In Sunlight

With Flash
You can wear this colour on its own for a nice bright pop of colour but the true beauty of the polish is revealed when its is under the UV light. The pink colour turns into a glowing coral. It's a retina burning colour! While the average person may not have UV lights in their home, try wearing this polish to a club and you are sure to light up the dance floor.

With UV Light
I can't believe how amazing this colour is with and without the UV light. It's amazing how a local brand can create such a great product. This would go quite well for this carnival season, which is why these are so difficult to find in our local Pennywise. But they are super affordable so you can go ahead and choose more colours. Stay tuned to see how the other colours...Glo!

Happy Glowing!


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*Some of the products in this post were provided by the company for my use and review. All opinions are truly my own.

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