Colorizing your world, one digit at a time

Christy, owner of Sparkle & CO at Oceansofbeauty.com has been a busy little bee! Today I get to feature a brand new collection of products, the Flexie Flakies, and coming soon to my swatch desk will be Unicorn Chrome pigment, AND DRUMROLL PLEASE… Luxe Polish (regular high quality nail polish)! Next week I’ll be starting off with the Beach Collections with Summer Brights then Summer Nudes. They are gorgeous folks! But for today, lets take a look at these cool new Flexie Flakies. They come in 2g Jars at $10 ea: The softest and most flexible chameleon color changing Flakies you will ever see! And the best part?! So easy to use in gel, dip powder and regular polish!! They just melt right in! They are all iridescent with different color hues! I apply with a small fan brush lightly dipped right into the jar/lid. The lightest touch over freshly painted nails is all you need. Then top coat. They can be used with regular polish, gel and dip powder nails. So versatile! Let take a look then go order!

Flexie Flakies, 9 varieties and 9 looks. Hard to tell from the jars, but I swatched them all atop black polish and they all look different!

Here is a closeup of one of the Flexie Flakies, in color FF! You can see how flakie and fine these beauties are.

All these Flexie Flakies were swatched over a glossy black polish, Willa by Zoya. Dark shades really make these pop. But try them over any shade, even top coat with matte for a cool mosaic look. Be creative! Here we go.

Flexie Flakies FF1 over black, hues are from pine green, to gold to blue.

Flexie Flakies FF2 have gorgeous transitions from pink to purple, blue and gold!

One of my favorite Flexie Flakies right here, FF3 shifts from pink to teal, aqua to rose gold.

Flexie Flakies in FF4 show off in deep blue, aqua, light green and purple.

Like a carnival on your fingertips, here is Flexie Flakies FF5. It shifts from fuchsia, to gold to teal.

Quite royal is this Flexie Flakie FF6! It shifts from deep purple, to deep blue, iridescent crystal white, pink and teal.

FF7 Flexie Flakies is another eye opener with it’s colors shifting from green to aqua to fuchsia.

Here is a warm shifting Flexie Flakies FF8. It’s subtle but provocative at the same time. Shifting from Light gold to pink and even orange.

Another favorite of mine, FF9 Flexie Flakies shifts from Lime green to gold to deep rose.

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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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