Hi everyone! Today’s manicure features a speckled polish from Pure Ice.
Cookies ‘N Cream looks just like what the name implies! It’s a white base with black glitter in two sizes. The formula was excellent for a white polish! A little streaky on the first coat, but a thicker second coat leveled it out. I did add a third coat just to my ring and pinky to see if it made any difference. The only thing it did was give it a bit more depth because you can see the black glitter that’s been hidden by subsequent coats of polish. But for opacity’s sake, 2 coats of this nail polish was just fine. The glitter came out on the brush and distributed really well on the nail. It just needed minimal coaxing to get it exactly where you want it. After one coat of topcoat you could still feel just a bit of bumpiness, but probably not enough to bother you. I did add a second coat of topcoat for the pictures though and that made it totally smooth. I don’t know if this collection ever made it to the US. There were 6 polishes in the collection and I found it last summer (2015) at Walmart in Canada. It’s a really fun polish!
Pure Ice Cookies ‘N Cream, 2 coats on index and middle and 3 coats on ring and pinky with 2 coats of topcoat.
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