Monday, December 22, 2014

Dream Polish - Limited Edition Holiday Glitter Toppers

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Today I have a little review of Dream Polish's (http://www.dreampolish.com) limited edition glitter toppers. As a fun little treat for her customers, Vanessa mixed up some really dreamy glitter toppers that she released in 5mL mini bottles and super adorable 10mL star-shaped bottles. The first three releases sold out, but the last one, "Winter's Kiss" releases Wednesday (12.24.2014) at 9AM MST, so there is still time for  you to snag one of these limited edition beauties before they are gone forever!


All swatches are topped with my go-to top coat: Gem Glam Top Coat by who elese? Dream Polish! Duh!

On to the swatches!




"Joyful Noise" is a super densely glittery clear-based topper filled with holographic red, green, and gold micro hex glitter, medium sized holographic green and red circle glitter, and large holographic gold circle glitter. There was absolutely no fishing required for this beauty and it could be opaque in two coats. Here I am wearing just one coat over "Golden Choco-Decadence" by Gothic Gala Lacquers (available through http://lacquerchic.com). 


Holo glitter heaven!

Just look how perfect and dense "Joyful Noise" is! Sadly this beauty is no longer available for purchase. 
Here is another look using "Joyful Noise" over black. I also did an accent nail utilizing just the micro hex glitter.

I want to swim is this Christmas goodness! 

Glitter and black polish are a match made in heaven!

Anna now I'm dead. 






"Blue Christmas" is a clear-based glitter topper filled with matte black hex and square glitter, micro holographic silver and iridescent hex glitter, holographic blue triangle glitter, translucent yellow bar glitter, iridescent square and hex glitter, and mini holographic silver star glitter. Here I am wearing one coat over "Snow Me White" by Sinful Colors. 

Party time!

This is such a fun mix of glitter! "Blue Christmas" is also unfortunately sold out. :(






"Naughty New Year," last week's release, is a clear-based glitter topper filed with holographic silver micro glitter, matte black circles and squares, and matte black and holographic silver leopard spot glitter. Here I am wearing one coat over "Mistletoe Kiss" by Joha's Love Nail Polish. 
In most polishes with large glitter, the large glitter sinks to the bottom. I left my bottle upside down for a few minutes for good distribution. I also hand-placed some of the leopard spots so we could all bask at them in all their holographic glory. 

Yep, they are basically amazing. 

This glitter topper would look amazing over a plethora of colors! It is also, unfortunately sold out.





Alas! I do have one that is not sold out, and you will be able to snag this beauty at 9AM Mountain Standard Time on Wednesday, December 24th, 2014. So, set your alarms people! 
This is one coat of "Winter's Kiss" over "Black on Black" by Sinful Colors. 
"Winter's Kiss" is a clear-based glitter topper that is jam packed with iridescent hex glitter in three different sizes, micro holographic silver and gold hex glitter, and a touch of diamond mica. 

Effortless galaxy nails for the win!

This glitter topper would literally look perfect with any color, with jellies, shimmers, or cremes, mattified or glossy! The possibilities  are overwhelmingly endless! 
I also wore this over "Sleep in Heavenly Peace" by Killer Queen Varnish, which you can read a review of here:


"Winter's Kiss" definitely enhanced the blue holographic shimmer in "Sleep in Heavenly Peace" in the most awesome way! 

So wintery and fun!






Long story short, Vanessa, the mastermind of Dream Polish, totally killed it with these limited edition  glitter topper beauties! Although "Joyful Noise," "Blue Christmas," and "Naughty New Year" are sold out, you can still get your hands on a bottle of "Winter's Kiss" this Wednesday at 9AM MST! 
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