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Monday, April 23, 2012

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

Sorry to do this to you, but because of The Great Base Shortage of 2012 this amazing art polish may not be available until June or later. Go, stalk, set a timer for June, email alerts, tweets, something, but don't miss out on this! Here  Look under "SOLD" for more of her polishes.

Here is her description: Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is a rollicking party of a polish filled with the colors of the rainbow. Named for the bighearted drag queen nuns who pour their zest for life and for helping others into everything they do. Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is a glitter polish with a mix of colored glitters in all shapes and sizes, with a touch of heart shaped glitter. 

I wanted to do something very very special for this glitter topper- so I layered it over one of my all time faves, China Glaze Papaya Punch. Application of Sisters was very tricky- it's large, sparse glitter in a thick base, so it requires dabbing and smearing and placing (ps if you get frustrated with yours, I will take it off your hands...) Very fast dry time, not unusually TC thirsty, the regular Gelous and Seche Vite to finish. 


The elusive RIGHT HAND!!


7 comments:

  1. yum indeed ! gorgeous xx and i LOVE the story of how it got its name!

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  2. you are so lucky to have this! i had this in my cart when she opened last week and by the time i got to the paypal screen it was already sold out! looks lovely!

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    1. I know, right? I didn't try for anything but this, it was the ONLY one I knew I wanted for sure. Took off another etsy beauty I had only had on one day and did this! lol

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  3. This looks great on you Elizabeth! I purposely made this glitter polish a bit more sparse so that you could get different looks with it by just using one coat for a "Joan Miro"-esque look, or add lots of layers for a massive glitter bomb. I dab this one too instead of just brushing it on, but I think it is worth it. I will make tons of this polish so everyone can get some, LOL. :) Thanks for the review, I really loved your pics.

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    1. I have another etsy glitter polish that seems like it was whipped- frothy, chucky awful application BUT it's SOOOOO worth it! I have had this on three days now and still loving it!

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