Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Shimmer Trisha

I think this is another Summer into Fall nail polish, helps smooth the transition.  It definitely looks hot in the sun, but indoors it screams Autumn.  The first two swatches are very similar, but I wanted to show the difference between 1 coat layered over a similar color and 3 coats by itself.  I personally love Shimmers alone, they look like glitter bombs.  The glitters in Trisha and most Shimmers lay perfectly flat, so they can be worn alone without concerns about bumpiness or chunkiness.  That being said, I also like the second and third layering combination for this one, but this is how I set it up so you can see for yourself which swatch is better.  Trisha was the perfect nail polish for this example.

Where to order: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ShimmerPolish color chart here






Layering Order:
Barielle Hydrating Ridgefiller
3 coats Shimmer Trisha
1 coat Poshe Fast Drying Basecoat
no topcoat in these pictures

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Layering Order:
2 coats OPI Designer Series Treasure
1 coat Shimmer Trisha
1 coat Poshe Fast Drying Basecoat
no topcoat in these pictures
 
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Layering Order:
2 coats China Glaze Swanky Silk
1 coat Shimmer Trisha
1 coat Poshe Fast Drying Basecoat
no topcoat in these pictures

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful! It really is the perfect fall polish. I think I like the third layering combination the best, but they're all great!

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  2. Trisha is a great fall glitter. It reminds me a little of something and I can't quite put my finger on it. I know it will come to me at the most randon time! lol. Great swatches!!

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  3. I never know what compelled me towards orange, but here it is. :)

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