Review Different Dimensions – Glittery and Glowy shades
August 8, 2013
Well I have been on quite a roll this week with my blog posts, maybe I should give myself a pat on the back! Been getting a little stressed snice school is right around the corner, but I’m sure when it starts things will be all peachy dory.
Here is a post that is a little overdue, some awesome Different Dimension Glittery lacquers, two of which glow in the dark. I have posted all these on my Instagram in recent weeks but they deserved their own post.
Merry Go Round has a white crelly base which glows blue in the dark! This polish has black, light pink, fuschia, and silver circles small and large. There are also black, light pink and blue squares and microglitters. What a combo! I used one dabbed coat of Merry Go Round overtop of Cult Nails ‘Tempest’.
Just look at this beauty glow! I love the way the big glitters make patches in the glowing effect. I charged my hand under light for just 10 seconds to achieve this glow. If you didn’t see it already check out this video I made on Instagram HERE.
Imitation is the Most Sincere form of Flattery has a clear base that glows teal in the dark. It contains silver holo microglitters with hints of purple. I used one coat overtop of one of my water marbles, what I like to call recycling a manicure, where I used Orly’s ‘Glowstick’ and an unnamed Island Girl pink. Not only do I love the name of this polish but I love the subtle sparkle it gives.
Overtop of my marble it glowed teal over the yellow and a mix of purple and pink overtop of the pink. I just love me a good glow polish. I also only charged this under the light for 10 seconds or so to achieve the awesome glowiness. I also made a quick video on Instagram for this shade. Check it out HERE.
My Highlighter Exploded is a clear base glitter topper filled with large neon pink and green hexes. There are also neon pink, green, blue and yellow medium and small hexes with lots of neon purple mircoglitters all in a matte finish. Here I used one coat over Cult Nails ‘Tempest’ and then added my Julep Matte coat because I love matte glitter, it really helps show all the glitters in a photo.
Here it is with topcoat, neon overlaod! The name goes perfectly with the combo of neons. I did a dry marble using some sally hansen xtreme wear colors, which also work great for water marbling. I do have a tutorial on dry marbling which can be found HERE. My Highlighter Exploded isn’t available as of now in Different Dimensions store but should be restocked soon!
You can find these and many more shades from Different Dimension’s HERE at her Etsy store.
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