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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Girly Bits Heirloom

Since Llarowe is debuting Girly Bits' Season of Sparkle in her online shop today, I want to show you the last one that I have to review!  This gorgeous glitter topper is called Heirloom.  Heirloom is an array of glitters reminiscent of the Victorian era.  I happen to love the style of the Victorian era, so this was a must have for me!  I chose to layer it over two colors that I thought would be in keeping with the Victorian era-A England Guinevere on the majority of my nails and Nails Inc Paddington on my ring finger.
I only needed one coat of Heirloom to get it this dense.  I could have put more, but wanted the based color to show through.  Heirloom is made up of small and medium sized rose, plum, lavender and silver hex glitters with a smattering of rose squares.
I only used a top coat of Seche Vite to make it smooth, because the glitters laid flat and didn't seem top coat hungry.  They went on evenly and I had no bare spots.
My favorite is over the Nails Inc Paddington!  I love dark grays!
Here is a bottle shot of Heirloom.  The label was forgotten in the flurry of activity, but is already in the mail to me!
You can buy Girly Bits from her own personal website based out of Canada-Girly Bits. They will also be restocked in her shop in about a week and they launch at Llarowe today!  Overall Beauty will have them available in about a week as well.

Canadian-based online store:   Harlow and Co
American-based online store: Llarowe or OverAll Beauty
Singapore-based online store: Mei Mei's Signatures.
Prices vary from $10-$13.
*this polish was sent to me for an honest review*


4 comments:

Girly Bits said...

Poor naked bottle.
OOops. =)
Lovely swatches as always.

Mich said...

I just picked this, Eggnogoholic, and January Morning (I've wanted that one for so long!) in the llarowe restock today. I'm so excited to get them! The only Girly Bits I have now is Razzle Dazzle, and everything about it is amazing.

Michelle Rouhier said...

That's awesome! You won't be disappointed! I need to get Fathomless and Hot Toddy!

Wanda said...

I used Heirloom over OPI "We'll Always Have Paris" and really liked the effect. But having seen your photos, I think I will try it over a dusty mauve, too. Yours looks really nice.