Monday, December 16, 2013

KBShimmer I Only Have Ice For You

Snow is something I can only dream of in Florida. I think the only time I've been in real snow was in Mt. Charleston, Nevada when I was 5. I don't really remember it. Then there was those times growing in Texas we had some ice/snow combo that I don't count as real snow. I used to really want to live in snowy weather, but I have many friends who live in the Northeast who have convinced me otherwise. Still, I would like to experience real snow as an adult, with snow in mind, here is a snowy looking polish by KBShimmer.

I Only Have Ice For You over Nuance Nightshadow
I Only Have Ice For You is a white base with white snowy flecks and holographic glitters.

Color: This is soft and subtle, but beautiful at the same time. I love how delicate this glitter looks. I recommend layering this over a dark base, this brings this glitter to life!

Formula: Easy and breezy. I used 2 coats over a base.

Price: I paid $8.75 for this on KBShimmer's website.

Overall: This is a beautiful glitter topper. I don't own anything like it. I love the softness of it, and how it looks over a deep polish.

My Rating: 5 out of 5 Paint Splatters
Happy Monday!

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4 comments:

  1. What a lovely glitter topper! There is so much possibilities with it too :)

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  2. This combination is beautiful! Where I live, we usually get snow a couple times a year, mostly between January and March, though we've had a couple dustings of snow already this year. It's pretty to look at, but it's kind of a pain in the butt, especially since it seems like nobody knows how to drive in it.

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  3. I have this glitter topper as well, and I just love it! Looks gorgeous over that colour! I also live in the Eastern snowy part of the world, and let me tell you, while it "looks" super awesome fun and pretty, the reality is, that it is sloshy, wet, cold, and mucky! lol Your friends are right, stick with Florida!

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  4. This is such a gorgeous combo; I love it! Growing up on the California coast I never saw snow either. Now that we are living in Washington I've experienced my first snow; it wasn't a lot so I totally loved it. I'm sure I'll get sick of it if it happens too much more though.

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