Friday, July 4, 2014

Salon Perfect for July 4!


Happy Independence Day, my fellow Americans!

I was sent a bunch of Salon Perfect polishes for the Fourth of July but I unfortunately couldn't open a bunch of the bottles (I used hot water, towels, and my teeth to no avail).  Here are the three I was able to swatch right in time for the fireworks.
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Wild Blue Yonder
A sky blue creme, Wild Blue Yonder has a subtle silver shimmer that makes this polish a standout.  The formula was a bit draggy, but with two to three coats, you've got yourself a delicious manicure.
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Twinkle Twinkle

While not a huge silver and gold polish, layering Twinkle Twinkle over Sally Hansen Sterling Silver really wowed me.  The silver microglitter absolutely popped over the silver chrome.  This was only one coat.
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Boom Boom Boom
To end with a patriotic bang, I have Boom Boom Boom.  A red, white, and blue matte glitter, I love how striking it looked over Studio M. Hydrangea Kiss, a cornflower blurple I received from Chelsea for my birthday (thanks, girly!  I got sooo many compliments on it already).  BBB isn't the easiest to work with, so I recommend applying the first coat normally and then dabbing the areas that aren't adequately covered.  Soft and understated, but perfectly celebratory.
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8 comments :

  1. Really nice colors and swatches! I'm loving Twinkle Twinkle a lot too.

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  2. I like Boom Boom Boom. We don't really get those types of glitter polishes here so it's pretty unique. Shame the formula is a bit dodgy but it looks lovely over that cornflower blue shade.

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  3. Cute, love the blue and silver!

    I keep big rubberbands that come on lettuce to wrap around nail polish handles (as well as bottle, if necessary). Maybe that will help get into those other bottles...though my toughest one I had to resort to hot water like you mentioned.

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  4. Barry M. seems to be on top of the trends, if not a season or two behind so I'm sure matte glitters will be headed your way soon.

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  5. I think that the polish leaked out into the bottle handle and set, which is causing the issue. Boom Boom Boom came leaking and required a little elbow grease to open, so I'm assuming that the others are the same and since they don't have the friction of the matte glitters. just set pretty smoothly in the handle grooves.

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