Saturday, 1 December 2012

Glitzology Bad Things

I was lucky enough to be selected to review a sample of polishes made by the wonderful Stacy from Glitzology a few weeks back and all I can say is wow they are amazing! Each is artistic glitterbomb and I love them.

The first one I am showing you, honestly I selected on the name alone. It is called Bad Things, if you don't get the reference shame on you, it's not like it is one of the best shows on TV or anything... (although I was a little disappointed in the last season but lets not go there...)


Bad things is described as "a very deep red/burgundy jelly base with silver holo glitter and squares, black matte glitter, and red hearts, hexes, and shreds". I would describe it as a glitter explosion. If any of you have Nina Ultra Pro Purple-Xing imagine that but burgundy. It is spectacular. 


I used one coat of Bad Things over two coats of Revlon Ruby Ribbon but this polish is so packed with glitter it would be easily opaque on it's own in about two coats.  This polish applied really well for one so heavily infused with glitter, of course there is no need to fish for glitter with this polish! I do love an easy to work with glitter. Also one coat of Seche Vite was enough to tame all that glitter but if you wanted to you could add a coat of Gelous as well.


What I like most about this polish is quite subtle but in my opinion it makes the polish. It is the inclusion of those little black glitter particles, it adds another dimension to the polish and makes it look darker and more vampy (pun unintended). It really does have that rich blood-like feel to it! What I like  with this is that although there is alot going on in this polish you can still see and appreciate all the individual components. I think that shows the difference between an indie polish maker and someone who just dumps glitter into suspension base (like I do).


I have always been a glitter nut but removal has put me off wearing glitter polish in the last couple of months. Of course these polishes are no exception (I still recommend the foil method for removal) but they are so worth it. They really have rekindled my love of all things shiny!

You can find Glitzology polishes for sale on Etsy  and you can keep all up to date with Stacy on her facebook page .

At the moment there is a $5 sale going on so this is the perfect time to stock up. Or if you can't afford to buy now Stacy has kindly given me a code entitling you to 20% off polishes in her shop (you can't use this while other promotions are on going). You can also see this code on the right hand side of my blog:
 




Have you bought any Glitzology polishes?



The inclusion of this graphic means that the product above was sent to me by review. All opinions are honest and all information is correct at the time of writing.

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4 comments

  1. that is gorgeous. I didn't pick that one and now i'm regretting it ha ha

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  2. I just had to go and order some after seeing this post! I've ordered 6 minis and to justify my buy I'm giving 2 to my sister for Christmas!

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  3. OMG, that is awesome! Love it, may have to break the no buy for this one.

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  4. This is on it's way to me right now! Excited! It's gorgeous! :)

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