Sunday, December 28, 2014

Ellagee Prototype ~ Green glitter



Ellagee Prototype ~ Green glitter
Clear base with green and iridescent glitter and hexes

I was thrilled when Laura from Ellagee asked if anybody was interested in a few unreleased prototypes. Yes please!! They obviously don’t have names, so I’ll just refer to them after what they look like. So this one is Green Glitter.

I have layered it. I think I could have made this opaque on its own in three coats, but I honestly wasn’t in the mood for that. So I applied one layer of Golden Rose Matte Velvet #107, which is my to go purple base for nail art. I love the fact that you can make it opaque in one coat.

When the purple was dry I applied a layer of Green Glitter. It’s easy to work with and the glitter spreads out evenly and easily and dries relatively fast. I applied one coat of Essence Gel Look Topcoat before I took my pictures.

So here’s one coat of Green Glitter over purple:



I love that there are various sizes of glitter throughout the polish.


Glittery, sparkly, lovely…


Here are the two polishes together. Note how much I’ve used of the Golden Rose! O_o


Number of coats: 1
Drying time: Good
Finish: Glitter in a clear base
Overall impression: This is a nice, green glitter that can be used over many colours.
Buy again: Yes

16 comments:

  1. Lovely glitter. I love this GR by the way! I don't know Ellagee but when I think "Ellagee", I think "Rainbow Syrup" :D, a topper I adore :)

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    1. I love that Golden Rose to bits! Note the fill line, I've used so much! :/
      I also adore Rainbow Syrup, it's amazing!

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  2. I like this pretty green glitter - it kind of reminds me of a mermaid :D

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    1. I agree, this would be perfect for making a mermaid mani :D

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  3. Love this green and the glitter effect!

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    1. I am so glad to hear that, thank you :)

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  4. this one should definitely not be just a prototype but released officially!!

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  5. What a cool colour combo. I absolutely love purple and green.

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    1. I do too! I should use purple and green together more often :)

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  6. What a gorgeous green glitter, love it :-)

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