Hey, I made this polish! Okay, obviously not Mega, the silver ILNP holo. That lacquer is a thing of beauty, and worth every cent of its rather elevated price tag. But the blue glitter polish? That’s mine!
One of only a small handful of personal use polishes I made nearly three years ago now, its name is I Blue It, and I was super pleased to see that even after all this time, and despite its DIY DNA, it’s still a pretty awesome lacquer. A chunky glitter, yes, so a pain in the butt to remove, just like all glitter polishes. Ain’t nuffin to be done about that. But I Blue It has maintained its not-too-thick, not-too-thin consistency, and continues to apply smoothly and evenly. I Blue It’s colour has also remained consistent over the years, the slightly dusky blue jelly base untouched by colour bleed from its white and black glitters. All the props to solvent resistant glitter for that – you can’t make a homemade polish without it.
And all the props to me for this cute manicure that’s all tied up with a couple of turquoise bows. I hadn’t planned on doing a second manicure yesterday, but with the sun out in its full, holo-blazing glory and these two polishes next up on deck, how could I not? 🙂