Yesterday I posted the first of 8 Glitter Lambs 2014 Christmas glitter toppers. What fun I’m having with these. The very names inspire creativity. Well, as much as I can muster before I’ve even entered my chilly attic to bring out my Christmas decorations. Believe me, this is a lot easier than dragging out 20 crates and boxes of holiday joy! I love it when I get all that festive decor put up and I can sit by the fire, and breathe a sigh of accomplishment. All the blood, sweat and tears are worth the final outcome. Then everyone else gets to sit with me and say, “Beautiful! I love all the pretty lights and manger scenes and look at that tree! Wow, we should leave it up all year!” I have to admit, inside my head a bit of Ebenezer eeks out a tiny grumble as I contemplate running a hot bath. But you know what? I truly don’t do it for the compliments or the pat on the back. Sorry to say, I’m a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to decking the halls. I do it because I’m celebrating Christmas! Well, looks like I veered off track. I get this way this time of year. 😉 So on with this glitter train and the rest of the polishes!
First up, Pink Gingerbread House. It’s a beauty and could really be used any time of year. I had to forgo the recreation of a gingerbread house on my nail. I know my artistic limits! 😉
Pink Gingerbread House is described as, “This is almost similar to our “Unicorns Love Cotton Candy” polish except this has Gold holographic hearts, mini pink stars and iridescent glitter in it. So if you own “Unicorns Love Cotton Candy” then this is going to look a lot like it if you put them side by side. But trust me there is some different glitters in this. This is loaded with so many different glitters. It has red, blue, green tiny hex glitters, pink hex from medium to very tiny, and some gold hex in many different sizes. This will come with a small baggie (1/4 tsp) of small mini pink stars and a baggie of (1/4 tsp) holographic hearts for glitter placement. This would look amazing without the hearts and stars on the nail as well. It would be very easy to leave these off and just have the smaller glitters on your nail.”
Macro of Pink Gingerbread House…drool-worthy!
Well, I’m praying this Artic blast that just hit us won’t bring a snow storm, so let’s just keep the Snow Storm on our nails, shall we?!
Snow Storm is another essential for that snowy effect when you do those wintery manis. The clear base is full, really full, of matte white shreds.
Snowflakes on your nose, eyelashes, and nails!
Pink Christmas Sugar Cookie. It’s loaded with teeny tiny pink sprinkles!
Pink Christmas Sugar Cookie is described as, “This Christmas I decided to make some really simple glitter toppers that would look great with so many different colors. I came up with this solid pink glitter topper that has only 1 type of glitter in it. It is filled with .008 pink glitter. You should get quite a bit of glitter on your brush with one coat. This almost looks like sprinkled sugar on the nail. I love this color and I love how it only has one glitter in it. You can really see the texture in the picture. You could add a coat of iridescent glitter over this and really make it sparkle.
Macro of Pink Christmas Sugar Cookie on the nail.
And here’s a fun one. Maybe even my favorite! Don’t Touch My Candy Cane Milkshake.
Don’t Touch My Candy Cane Milkshake. Yum, that sounds delicious doesn’t it!? I would describe it as a clear based glitter topper full of micro matte white glitters, small red glitters, small and medium red squares, red mini bars, large white matte hexes, small white hexes and maybe more! So much in one bottle. Love this!
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