• Emily de Molly

    No Love Lost
  • High Elbow

    Crummock Water
  • Dots!

  • Pocket Money Polishes - I Want Candy

  • Pocket Money Polishes Magic

    Gradient: Chanel Paradoxal and Dior Waterlily
  • Emily de Molly - Serenity

  • Fellrunning

    Dryburn Moor
  • Elevation Polish - Opal

  • Darling Diva Polish - Serendipity

  • Derwentwater

  • Pocket Money Polishes - Summertime

  • Nail Lacquer UK

    Eat My Cake
  • Scofflaw - Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

  • Hodge

  • Chanel - Taboo and Peridot

  • Chanel - Bel-Argus and Azure

Monday, 11 February 2013

W7 Salt 'n' Pepper

I bought this a few months ago but only just got around to trying it out, spurred on by the release of collections featuring black glitter in creamy bases from Deborah Lippmann and Illamasqua.

This is a cheap polish - I got it from a market stall for £1.99 - so I wasn't expecting much. The formula is a bit thin and watery, and the glitter is very dense. I got round these limitations by applying two coats of a sheer-ish white first (Boots No7 Snowflake), then one coat of Salt 'n' Pepper, followed by another coat of Snowflake to smooth everything out. I was quite impressed by the end result

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