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Tuesday, 21 June 2011

China Glaze Frostbite with Fairy Dust

Oh My God!! I am sooooo in love with Fairy Dust!  How come I have taken so long to come across this little beauty?!  I very nearly didn't buy it, but all China Glaze were buy 2 get one free in Sally's,  the display was almost empty so I just picked it up for the sake of getting a freebie!  It just looked like another "glittery top coat" on the dimly lit display rack.  Took it home and put it with the stash and there it stayed for a week until I was trying out a sponged nail and needed a glitter top coat to "blend" the colours I had sponged.  I painted a coat and the sun hit the nail,  (we don't get too much of that shiny yellow thing in the sky here), and it was love at first sight!  It is so sparkly and gorgeous, almost holographic.  I have since been Fairy Dusting everything!

Anyway, enough of me raving on.  Here is the mani I have been wearing all week.

As always I used Nail Envy as my base, 2 coats of China Glaze Frostbite (which is a little darker than the picture shows) 1 coat of the lush Fairy Dust and my faithful top coat Seche Vite. 

The picture doesn't really do the mani justice.  It really is much more sparkly in real life.

I have been wearing this now for 5 days with no signs of tip wear at all so I am really pleased with that and I have had so many people compliment me on the colour.  Now all I need to decide is what colour and design do I paint for my holiday?  I go on Friday (yayyyyy!!)  One thing i am sure of, is, it will most definately be topped with Fairy Dust!

Oh and here is a quick picture of the nail I was creating when I fell in love!

Thanks for reading

Julie xx


  1. Fairy Dust is a totally gorgeous holo glitter!! I remember when I first got it, I wanted to put it on everything! I think I need a backup.

  2. Thats really cute it reminds me of soething outer space! I like it a lot though!

    I gave you some awards on my blog(:

  3. Thank you both for your comments, sorry I have taken a while to respond xx