This is the last installment of my It's So Easy Nails review. This time, I'll be showing you 6 of their gorgeous loose glitters! They come packed in little plastic 2 gram pots with a screw-on lid for convenience. I thought the best way to test the look of these was to make one mani using all of them. It's a little bit like sparkly chaos all together, so I also took macro shots of each nail; I wanted you to see the glitter as clear as possible. Just like the Stripe Rite polishes, these glitter pots don't have names on them...I had to pair them up with the item number on the website (sort of annoying, but no biggie). Here we go!
Whole mani. See...sparkly chaos! I wasn't kidding =P!
Silver and Gold Holographic Cracked Ice Glitter
This was the only nail that I used more than one glitter on. I thought these would go nicely together since they are the same chunky texture and finish...I was right! This looks like a metallic, holo-y mosaic! These glitter particles were so unique and cool, but I do have to mention that they really didn't like to come out individually. Most of the time I'd end up with 5 small pieces when I was aiming for 1 larger one. It's ok though because I have patience when it comes to glitter...I always expect it to take a while when I use it =P
White Glitter Powder
These iridescent white glitter particles were so pretty! I just love that slight color shift in direct light. This glitter was a little harder to work with since the pieces are so small, but the result was worth it. I bet this would look incredible over blue in the winter time, I'm thinking snowy nails =]!
Gold Holographic Glitter Powder
Favorite alert! For some reason, I found this glitter easiest to work with and I absolutely love the look of it! The holo isn't super strong, but I imagine you'd see it better in direct sunlight. I'll probably be recreating this look soon using a brighter color base...turquoise or hot pink would be so awesome!
Fuchsia Green Cracked Ice Glitter
I'd say this is more of a fuchsia-blue glitter, but still, it's quite pretty and unique! You can see that it looks different depending on your base color. I prefer it over the black because it seems to show its true colors better (in the pot, it looks like a vibrant hot pink. Over white you can see it turn to a rusty-pink color...blah!). It was sort of hard to work with because of all the random shapes and sizes of glitter pieces, but the effect is awesome so the hard work just may be worth it!
Mother of Pearl Cracked Ice Glitter
I MUCH prefer this one to the last! It is the same type of glitter (therefore, still a little hard to work with), but I like that it's clear like glass shards! You can see that these particle shift from pinky-purple to greenish-blue. This is another I'd like to try again in the winter time, it'll look so icy and AWESOME!
To find these It's So Easy glitters near you, check out this "Where to Buy" page. I believe you'll be able to find them at your local Sally's, but you might want to check on the site just to be sure =]
Whelp, that's all she wrote...literally! Have an awesome day =]!
*The product in this review was sent to me by It's So Easy Nails in exchange for my honest opinion. The opinions within this review are completely my own.*