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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Girly Bits-Visions of Sugar Plums

Guess what I have?   I have three of the new Girly Bits Season of Sparkle polishes to show you!  I am only going to post one at a time though, because that way I can show you more pictures!  
When I saw Visions of Sugar Plums, I KNEW I had to put it on first!  
 It is a plum-berry jelly base with iridescent glitters!  It is the perfect depiction of Visions of Sugar Plums dancing in their heads!
 I was curious to see how many coats it would take to be opaque on its own, so I did not use a base coat.  It took four coats for opacity, but it layers superbly.
 I had an epiphany as I put it on my nails. Girly Bits polishes seem to me to be in a class all their own.  Quality is exceptional and I have yet to come across ANY issues with them.  I finally figured out why I felt that way I as I was putting this one on.  Even though it is a jelly polish with glitters in it, it goes on as smoothly as a Butter London, OPI, or a Nails Inc cream.  The difference is that this one is handmade and a glitter polish. Every Girly Bits polish I have tried has been like that! These aren't thick like many indie brands I have tried. They are a normal consistency and go on so smoothly!
 Pam, the creator behind Girl Bits, is very professional and huge on customer service.  If you buy from her, you can rest assured that you are getting a quality product that she will back up.
 What do you think of the following hand shot?  I was experimenting and kind of like this one!
 In this shot, you can really see the mix of iridescent holo glitters as well as some other like-colored glitters.  I see some squares in there as well!
 Jacki, from Adventures in Acetone, really kills it with her macro shots of one finger. I have been trying forever to do it as well as she does, but I guess I will keep trying!
 Here is a bottle shot of Visions of Sugar Plums.
 Here is a back shot so you can see the goodness that resides inside.  The fill line is low, because I took a photo after I used it.  This week, I will also be reviewing Heirloom and Long WInter's Nap!
You can buy Girly Bits from her own personal website based out of Canada-Girly Bits
or any of these other e-tailers:
Canadian-based online store:   Harlow and Co

American-based online store: Llarowe & OverAll Beauty
Singapore-based online store: Mei Mei's Signatures.


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*this polish was sent to me for an honest review*

4 comments:

Shannon @ So You Think You Can Paint said...

Gorgeous! I love this. I also love her polishes!

Scottish Lass said...

wow! That is stunning!

Girly Bits said...

Thank you so much!! ♥

triceratops said...

This looks beautiful!
I totally agree with you about the quality of Girly Bits polishes. I have polishes from a lot of indie brands, but I really think that these are in a class by themselves in terms of consistency and creativity.