|how I look when scattered holos are involved|
Next is A England Lady of the Lake, which is a scattered purple holo polish and it's also soooper pretty. I used just one coat for these photos, which was perfect in person (but a smidge translucent in the OTT lamp, lol whoops). A-England describes it as a 'dusty purple' which is accurate, but I do find this to be a lot more saturated than some of it's counterpart 'dusty purple scattered holos' (I'm looking at you, Catrice Dirty Berry). The little shimmer bits almost look like sugar grains in these photos! Another polish with a great formula (if you don't have any A-Englands yet, get at least one because they do NOT disappoint).
|taken with flash|
Sally Hansen Big Money is from their Gem Crush line of glitter polishes. Big Money has lots of tiny gold glitters and larger pink-toned lavender hex glitters. With my nails being on the shorter side right now, I was pleased with the coverage and opacity with just two coats of this glitter but I would expect that longer nails would want 3-4 (and glue base coat, amirite?). This is really really reflective and beautiful in person! I think this combo of glitter colors is really unique to my stash, which is saying a lot since I buy almost every glitter I see.
|2 coats of Sally Hansen Big Money, no base color|
|1 coat SH Big Money over 2 coats bL All Hail the Queen|
|1 coat SH Big Money over 1 coat A-England Lady of the Lake|
I've got some fab nail art featuring all three of these polishes that'll be making it's way to the blog today, too, so check back l8r!