Tuesday, 19 March 2013

2true Glitterati Shade 3 - Swatches

I've said before, I'm like a moth to a flame with glitter polishes. I don't actually wear it all that often, but I can't stop buying it. I found this one in Superdrug, along with one or two other nice glitters from 2true. 

I think they could have come up with a more imaginative name! It's a little pet peeve of mine when companies don't name their polishes. So, here we have "Shade 3". It has loads of large and small hex glitters in different shades of blue and green, all in a blue jelly base.

I used two coats, along with two coats of top coat. I'd advise putting it over a similar blue rather than building it up yourself, as it got quite clumpy after 2 coats.








It looks like a jelly sandwich which I'm always a fan of! The quality is decent for a budget brand, I think this was around £2.99. 

Have you tried any 2true colours?

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12 comments

  1. Ooh those glitters are so pretty! And your nails are gorgeous

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  2. Gorgeous! The effect of depth in this is so lovely x

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  3. Very pretty, as usual. I really like this!

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  4. Ive just bought this too but im going to wait till my
    Cuticles have recovered befire i try it out t looks stunning on your gorgeous nails

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  5. Wow, this is really pretty. I am actually opposite of most people, because for some reason I like numbered polishes. I can actually recall which ones are which easier, lol.

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  6. Soo pretty! I've had this sitting around for a while and have yet to try it! Glad I bought it though :D x

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  7. This looks great, i'll have to check it out!

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