Thursday, February 25, 2010


I am guessing the brand name of this one is "Enamel". That is what it shows on the front, which - wow, how long did it take them to come up with that name? This is a nail polish that came from Japan - so I don't know much about it. I do know that I like it. This did have a weird like gel consistancy to it and I wondered if that was done on purpose or not. The gel consistancy made this really shiny. I'm not a sheer person but was tempted to rock this one on its own.

These original people (Enamel) also had trouble coming up with names for their polishes too, so this one is called 23.


gildedangel said...

That is a cool glitter, it would look great layered over just about any color!

Lucy said...

Love the look of this glitter. I love the different sizes. I usually don't like sheers but this one I do. Cute.

CucumPear said...

This polish looks very nice and dense. I have a few similar polishes like that for layering and some of them have this weird gloopy consistency, so my guess is that the higher viscosity keeps the glitter from settling. Good thing, really, as having to shake the bottle to redistribute the sparklies is a real pain.

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