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At my last posting on the Sparkle & Co nail products, I mentioned I’d be featuring a few more glitters from the company’s “Just Glitter” line. Today I have three and they are so fine and sparkly! Here is how Sparkle & Co’s 26 colors of glitters are described:

“Solvent Resistant Fine Glitter for Nails! These glitters are specifically designed for nails, they are 100% solvent resistant, which means they won’t fade and will remain super concentrated and sparkly!

Each Jar is .7 oz and 18 grams. Approx. 6 tsp. of glitter. One clear mini plastic spoon for scooping will be included with every order. Please see “nail supplies” section for empty plastic jars for color mixing.

Each jar contains ONLY glitter. EZ Dip Powder and the 3 liquids are NOT included in this listing; they are sold separately.

This glitter mixes extremely well with EZ Dip Crystal Clear Gel Powder (that is what is on all of the nail samples in the pictures of this listing) or can be mixed in any colored EZ Dip Gel Powder! The ratio is 1:1 for full coverage using Crystal Clear, so 1 part glitter with 1 part Crystal Clear (you could use less than 1:1 ratio if you prefer less glitter). If using with an EZ Dip Color Powder, you may want to use less – since these glitters are very concentrated and could change the color of the powder. Please test a small amount before making a full jar.”

And here is how I used them!

If you love 🌈rainbows 🌈 I mean easy rainbows...Christy of Sparkle & Co @ezdipnailsofficial EzDip nails, suggested a fun and easy way to achieve it!! On top of a cured coat of gel polish, BEFORE the top coat rub in one of her loose fine glitters into the nail and brush off excess, then add and cure top coat and lookie! It doesn't get any easier than this. Sold in 6 gram and 18 gram jars, many colors to choose from. This one is G. 16 (rainbow silver) over Sparkle & Co White gel polish #002.

If you love 🌈rainbows 🌈 I mean easy rainbows…Christy of Sparkle & Co @ezdipnailsofficial EzDip nails, suggested a fun and easy way to achieve it!! On top of a cured coat of gel polish, BEFORE the top coat rub in one of her loose fine glitters into the nail and brush off excess, then add and cure top coat and lookie! It doesn’t get any easier than this. Sold in 6 gram and 18 gram jars, many colors to choose from. This one is G. 16 (rainbow silver) over Sparkle & Co White gel polish #002.

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If you love rainbows, I mean easy rainbows...Christy of Sparkle & Co @ezdipnailsofficial EzDip nails, suggested a fun and easy way to achieve it!! On top of a cured coat of gel polish, BEFORE the top coat rub in one of her loose fine glitters into the nail and brush off excess, then add and cure top coat and lookie! Check out the middle nail! I used a matte top coat and cured for a velvety pearlescent effect! It doesn't get any easier than this. Sold in 6 gram and 18 gram jars, many colors to choose from. This one is G. 16 (rainbow silver) over Sparkle & Co White gel polish #002.

If you love rainbows, I mean easy rainbows…Christy of Sparkle & Co @ezdipnailsofficial EzDip nails, suggested a fun and easy way to achieve it!! On top of a cured coat of gel polish, BEFORE the top coat rub in one of her loose fine glitters into the nail and brush off excess, then add and cure top coat and lookie! Check out the middle nail! I used a matte top coat and cured for a velvety pearlescent effect! It doesn’t get any easier than this. Sold in 6 gram and 18 gram jars, many colors to choose from. This one is G. 16 (rainbow silver) over Sparkle & Co White gel polish #002.

Christy of Sparkle & Co @ezdipnailsofficial EzDip nails, suggested a fun and easy way to achieve it!! On top of a cured coat of gel polish, BEFORE the top coat rub in one of her loose fine glitters into the nail and brush off excess, then add and cure top coat and lookie! Sold in 6 gram and 18 gram jars, many colors to choose from. These are G. 13 (multi colored) over Sparkle & Co gel polish #076 and G. 02 (Rose Gold).

Christy of Sparkle & Co @ezdipnailsofficial EzDip nails, suggested a fun and easy way to achieve it!! On top of a cured coat of gel polish, BEFORE the top coat rub in one of her loose fine glitters into the nail and brush off excess, then add and cure top coat and lookie! Sold in 6 gram and 18 gram jars, many colors to choose from. These are G. 13 (multi colored) over Sparkle & Co gel polish #076 and G. 02 (Rose Gold).

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CONCLUSION: I had a great time experimenting with Christy’s easy new method of rubbing in these super fine glitters into the gel nail colors. But it doesn’t stop there, check out her videos to see how to mix and blend with the EZ Dip nail color system and beyond! Luxe Glitters come in two sizes, 6 @($3) and 18 @($6) grams.

Right now and until a new special runs, take advantage of the 20% OFF SITEWIDE SALE enter CODE: Happyholidays or Get 10% OFF Free shipping in US!

You can get your pigments, polishes and more here, as well as Ezdip powder nail treatments…

http://oceansofbeauty.com • IG: @52weeksofbeauty and @ezdipnailsofficial

And watch owner Christy talk about her other beauty products on Youtube, look for 52weeksofbeauty.

*These products were supplied to me for review purposes. I was not paid and all opinions are my own. Disclaimer: Differences in color depth, tone or opacity may slightly differ from some of those on the featured store’s web site and sometimes images are using acrylic swatch sticks. All swatches here are done on my long natural nails. Shades are as closely matched as possible between what you see on your computer or device (RGB) and real life. We make every possible attempt to represent the manufacturer’s colors appear as closely as seen in real life.

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