Nope, your eyes are not deceiving you. Too Dimensional? is about as pretty as it gets in the ofttimes inundated world o' texture. The Gold Dust collection is one seriously awesome bunch of polishes. This makes the second drugstore collection in one week that has blown me away.
Too Dimensional? is a lighter, slightly grey purple with an insane gold shimmer. The color looks like an amethyst collided with pyrite to create the fabulous mythical stone amethrite!! :D The texture is the consistency of the Julie G Frosted Gumdrops and has the same overall appearance, which is very glittery. You can even see flashes of violet blue.
If you are familiar with the L'Oreal Color Riche polishes, you'll remember that the brush is squared off at the end...well, in the Gold Dust line, the brush is still square-ended, but it's also wider for some reason, so be careful if you're like me and have nail beds only slighter wider than Barbie's. Other than that, the application was a breeze, and I had no cleanup at all.
In order to stress just how much this polish twinkles, I felt the need to post the all-telling blurred bottle shot. Feel free to bask in its glowing nimbus.
|Death by sparkle. What a way to go!|
The L'Oreal Color Riche Gold Dust collection is amazingly beautiful - all 9 of them. I should add that if you don't have Julie G polishes in your area, be on the lookout for L'Oreal's exquisite Pop the Bubbles, which is almost identical to the exquisite Julie G Rock Candy.
You need these. That is all.
Oh, foul wallet! Why doth thou persist in being so humble??
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