Sunday, April 27, 2014

Shimmer Polish - Julia

Hello lovelies!

Sorry for my absence, lots of things going on in my world thjat needed my attention *bleh!*.  Anywhosy, I'm back today with a review of another Shimmer Polish (*disclaimer)...

 Colors Used: Shimmer Polish - Julia, Emma Jean Cosmetics - Blueberry Tart, Orly - Pointe Blanche

This is a simple dotty skittle mani that I threw together and ended up absolutely in love with!  I started with my base of Emma Jean Bluberry Tart (it's scented and smelled good enough to eat! but that is for another post :P).  I also used Orly's Pointe Blanche which is meant for french tips but I'm not a rule follower haha...

I used 3 thin coats of Julia over my baby blue base and it covered perfectly.  Julia is a glitter bomb of of icy blue glitters and it was inspired by Cinderella!  I could totally see Cinderella rocking this polish.  Application was a breeze with this glitter, as with all of the Shimmer's I've used.  I seriously can't say enough good this about this brand; Cindy has made an amazing product!

This and many other fabulous shimmy shimmers can be found in the Shimmer Polish shop :)

Wishing you all a very happy Sunday *hugs*...
Until next time!  

Stef <3

*Shimmer Polish's Julia was provided to me for review.  Emma Jean Cosmetic's Blueberry Tart was purchased by me for review.  I received no payment or other compensation for the review of these product.  The opinions stated here are completely my own.  The contents of this review are based on my direct experience with these product.


  1. So pretty! I love what you did here.

  2. This polish matches my name ;) ;) :)

    So yeahh I love it, and this manicure looks soo pretty on your nails!
    Xx julia

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