First up is a polish that is great for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or anytime you're craving pie but on a diet - Pumpkin Spice.
Pumpkin Spice is a fiery orange and gold glitter mix in a clear base. This pumpkin's on fire!!
I layered two coats of Pumpkin Spice over China Glaze Bend Over Backwards. Then I decided to be all cutesy and do a sort of reverse accent nail. :D The formula was a bit thin, but I got loads of glitter with every bottle dip.
Let me tell you, this is one flashy glitter polish. The colors glow to make a party on the nail. Very festive...I think I almost prefer it for Thanksgiving, you know, when everybody gets the after-dinner sleepies and you need a jolt to wake you up. Well, this gets your attention way better than caffeine, AND it won't burn holes in your tummy! :)
Next up is definitely a Halloween polish...Black Magic.
Wow...this is so pretty! Black Magic is an orange and black glitter mix in a clear base. It's also loaded with tiny silver glitters that make this polish come to life with a diamond-esque look.
I layered two coats of Black Magic over Sally Hansen Black Out. Then I decided to press my luck and attempt cuteness TWICE with a reverse accent nail. :P The formula for Black Magic was not as thin as Pumpkin Spice and was very easy to apply.
Black Magic has that burning ember look I love in a black glitter polish. It's just as festive as Pumpkin Spice...only it's a dark and brooding kind of festive. ;) Both Pumpkin Spice and Black Magic dried a little bit dull, but some good ol' top coat perked up that shine just like Mop 'n' Glow did on your 1970's linoleum! :D Oh, I forget...like 99.7% of you all weren't even born then...:P
Have you all checked out the Sinful Colors Halloween collection? Don't be afraid of a frightening price...I found mine at Walgreens for $1.99. Well, they were actually on sale for $1.50. Spooky, sparkly, and not 'spensive. :D
Thanks for stopping by, and have a glittery day! <3