Naild’ It Holiday!

I recently had the pleasure of sharing my very first Naild’ It polishes with you, and today I bring you a couple more from her recent Holiday 2012 collection!

First up, a fun and gorgeous polish, Light Show, described as a  lavender “jelly base with neon lights and black wire/bulb bases.” And once I read that description, it totally reminded me of Christmas lights! I could even imagine the black “bulb bases,” lol. The base colour is a faint grey-lilac, with tiny holographic particles that are visible in direct light. And the neon and bright glitters! Love!!

Here are two coats over base coat, topped with a coat of China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat:

NaildIt_LightShow2

Look at this slightly blurry pic to see the holographic shimmer that I mentioned:

NaildIt_LightShowSee them dance against the neon glitter pieces? I love the complexity of this polish!

 

Up next I have Snow Queen, an aptly-named polish that could almost have been part of a Disney Princess movie. Naild’ It describes it as a “white shimmer base with fierce blue eyes and black crows.”  I really see a bright, shimmery silver base polish, perfect for winter and totally reminding me of a Snow Queen.

Here are two coats with base and top coat:

NaildIt_SnowQueen

Snow Queen could totally be layered over base colour if you wanted to brighten its effects, but I love the silver sheen the two coats provided here…

Naild’ It polishes are available on  Etsy, as well as from Llarowe, Overall Beauty, and MeiMei’s Signatures.

Don’t forget to follow Naild’ It on Facebook for the latest previews!
What do you think? Do you like one better?

~xo

 

 

 

(Products provided for consideration and review. All opinions are my own.)

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4 comments
  1. June said:

    So funny, I just posted about Light Show today as well! Your swatches are just gorgeous though. I’m hoping someday mine get that good! 🙂

    • Aw that is so sweet, thank you! And I’m sure your swatches are gorgeous. I’ll check out your blog! 🙂

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