Monday, February 9, 2015

Pure Ice New Year New Hue Swatches

This collection is mostly glitters - y'all know how I love glitter!
Left to right: Rosy Glow, Purple Haze, Blue Hue, What's The Splatter, Flawless, Poppin' Bottles, Doll Face

All photos in this post were taken indoors close to a window with natural overcast light and no flash.  All colors are shown at two coats. The ring finger in all swatches has a coat of the Frost Finish Matte Top Coat. 

Rosy Glow is a sheer pink jelly with iridescent glitter. The formula is perfect. It has just the right amount of color and glitter. This would be a fun color to use for jelly sandwich manicures!

Purple Haze is the violet sister to Rosy Glow in all aspects.

 Blue Hue rounds out the jellies in this collection - same qualities as Rosy Glow and Purple Haze but in a pretty blue!

 What's The Splatter is a fun clear polish with black and white hex glitters in varying sizes. There is also holographic microglitter, which is very subtle and was hard to pick up on camera. The glitter disperses pretty evenly on the nails, with the larger pieces being a bit more sparse of course. Excellent for layering!

Flawless is a perfect light gold metallic polish. Absolutely perfect!

 Poppin' Bottles is a unique color. It is a sheer pearly silver with two sizes of small silver glitter, and packed with golden shimmer for a warm glowy look. Possibly my favorite shade from this collection! It looks lovely on its own but is sheer enough it would be ideal for layering.

 Doll Face is aptly described as "soft peach creme". This one gave me some slight streaking issues but nothing too problematic.

 Frost Finish Matte Top Coat is a good consistency and it dries quickly to give colors a satiny matte finish.

 Overall I think this is a really fun collection, particularly for fans of glitter.

 Pure Ice is available at Wal Mart for $1.97 each.

 The product(s) featured in this post were sent to me for review. All opinions are my own based on my experience using the product(s).

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