Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Artsy Wednesday - Glitter Sandwich


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Polish Used:
Revlon - Royal
Australis - Fairy Bread







You start with a coat or two of the jelly polish then add the glitter on to of that. Then finish it off with one coat of the jelly polish again and you're done!

Visit the other Artsy Wednesday blogs for more glitter sandwich manicures:

Michelle - Lab Muffin
Catrine - Unnaked Nails
Melanie - Nail & Polish
Jessica - Beauty Gnome
Emily  - An Accent Nail

25 comments:

  1. Man, I need to go buy Revlon Royal. I've put it off and put it off, but it's so gorgeous! Very nice manicure!

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    1. Yes you do it's really gorgeous! I picked mine up when there was a buy one get one free sale. :)

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  2. That's one of the best glitter sandwiches I've ever seen. Stunning!

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  3. That's a very, very beautiful sandwich!

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  4. This reminds me a little bit of Kleancolor Blue Eyed Girl. Very pretty. I wish I could get all of the components to make it but I don't know how to get the Australian polish.

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    1. You could replace Fairy Bread with any old multicolour glitter in a clear base. You would get the same effect. :)

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  5. OMG! This is one of the most beautiful jelly sandwiches I have ever seen!

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  6. It's so lovely. I would love to try it myself but can it be done with another polish because I don't have jelly polishes (how do you know it's a jelly polish)?

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    1. A jelly polish is basically a sheer polish. It will build up and become opaque after a few coats but it doesn't have that solid look that cremes have. An example of a jelly polish would be a pink use for french nails. If you've got any sheer polish give it a try with them. :)

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    2. Ok, thank you, I will give it a try :-).

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  7. Oooo Royal is so lovely and syrupy!

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  8. Wow, it's gorgeous! I always suspected Royal's too dark to make a decent sandwich... clearly, I was wrong. This is SO pretty!

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    1. I did have to use a really thin coat over the glitter. If I used a regular coat it would have been much more opaque. :)

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  9. very pretty :) I like this colour on you

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  10. Oooh, this looks so mysterious! I definitely wouldn't have guessed that was Fairy Bread!

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    1. I probably wouldn't have either, it looks very different under Royal. :)

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  11. Gorgeous! You've inspired me to dig out my bottle of Revlon Royal and make a sandwich!

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    1. I'm glad you're going to try this, I really liked this glitter sandwich! :)

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