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Friday, June 15, 2012

Candeo South Street & WnW Fantasy Makers Black Magic

Today I want to show you two more multi-colored glitters over black-both glossy and matted. Once I show you these, I will schedule an update on my multi-glitter comparison post that I had done several months ago so that you can see the differences in all of them.
Up first is Candeo Colors South Street.
I received South Street in a swap with my friend and fellow blogger, Stephanie from The Glitter Jitters.
What you see is two coats of South Street over black.  The colors in South Street are very vibrant and there is a myriad of shapes-squares, hexes, and bars. Unfortunately, the gold bars all curled.  I also had an issue with the glitters getting caught on each other and not distributing very well. They just got caught in piles as you can see in the pictures.
Up next is WnW Fantasy Makers Black Magic.  I didn't even know this existed, but Stephanie did and she unselfishly gave it to me in our swap!  When I first saw it, I wasn't super excited. It just didn't do anything for me.  When I put it on my nails, it was a whole different story!
This is two coats over black. Although the colors are subdued (kind of like Sephora by OPI's Spark-tacular Top Coat) they are intriguing.  It isn't your typical box of eight Crayola crayons.  Instead of different shapes of glitter, you get one-skinny bar glitters!  I love the effect it gives off and it went on very smoothly and evenly. I am totally keeping this one!
Here is my favorite part!  Matted multi-glitters!  Up first is South Street...

And a close-up!  Of course this one is my favorite of the two when it is matted.
Here is Black Magic matted! It looks like cupcake sprinkles!
And of course, the close-up. :o)


Chantel said...

I love your nails. So pretty & festive <3

PassionForPolish said...

These look so amazing with a matte top coat!

Amy from imfeelingnail-venturous said...

These look fun!

Victoria - manicurator said...

Yay for multi colors! Boo for curling glitters!