Saturday, 31 March 2012

Spring challenge - Easter Eggs

Hi Goddesses 

I was really short of ideas of what to do for today's challenge.  In my head, I think I always planned to do something that represented the crazy colourful boxes Easter Eggs are sold in, and then, quite by accident, I ended up with this .....

"This" is 2 coats of China Glaze Riveting and 2 coats of Dollish Polish Random Dancing.   I don't know about you, but this speaks Easter Egg to me in a very abstract way - I'm sure I've seen them decorated in this type of foil.

Riveting you all know about by now, so let's talk about Random Dancing (it will have it's own post soon so we can talk about it LOTS more).   As a glitter whore, I'm finding it harder and harder to find things that make me go "oooh", and one of the things I am ALWAYS on the hunt for is SQUARE GLITTER.   No, don't know why, but for me, for whatever reason, square glitter is where it's at.

And Random Dancing delivers.  This does contain some round glitter, but look at all those square pieces in bright, crazy, random colours - pink, blue, green, orange.   It's a like a Crumpet wet dream!

I'll go into the science a little more when I do the separate post for Random Dancing, but this took some jiggery pokery to apply.   There is a little more clear polish in this than say, Rainbow Connection, meaning that unless you make a real effort to load your brush, it is possible to paint your nail and only deposit one piece of glitter.  I also had the hhhhmmmm moment where I painted my middle finger and NO glitter landed on it lol.  That said, this is sooooo worth the effort, and the only reason I'm not going to go into a mass of detail now is that Riveting really isn't the best base to show it on.

So, stay tuned, and in the meantime - BUY BUY BUY - get yourself over to Dollish Polish NOW - she's sooooooo worth it :)

Enjoy xx  :)
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