I have three shades from Aussie indie brand Gloss 'n Sparkle to share today.
Bruise - A royal purple crelly, not quite a creme or not quite a jelly. Bright blue large and micro hexes, medium sized purple hexes and small black hexes and bars. What a pretty bruise! This is three coats with Seche Vite top coat.
Edge of the World - This polish is just divine. A teal green jelly base with some micro glitter in silver and aqua, small aqua hexes, medium aqua and green hexes and larger aqua and green hexes. It applies beautifully and has full coverage at three coats. This one is a stunner.
Lead Paint - a steely metal grey with fine silver shards and gun metal silver squares and hexes in multiple sizes. I love the name, but what's even funnier is that on the Gloss 'n Sparkle Esty site, there's a disclaimer that says this polish doesn't actually contain any lead! Bwahh haa haa. This is two coats of Lead Paint with Seche Vite top coat.
Now for the best part. No more boo-hoos from international ladies about not being able to get our great Aussie indie brands. Gloss 'n Sparkle polishes will be available from Shoppe Eclecticco in Singapore from tomorrow night (November 14 @ 11pm Singapore time to be precise) and YES - Shoppe Eclecticco ships internationally.
Check out some of my other posts with Gloss 'n Sparkle shades, although this is only a small selection of her lovely collection. Personal favourites so far are Goblins Grave, Unicorn Droppings and Edge of the World.
Polishes provided for review.