Friday, October 11, 2013

piCture pOlish - Frosting by Cosmetic Cupcake

Guess what. Frosting isn't only for cakes, now it's for nails as well. Here's a piCture pOlish collaboration shade Frosting which was created with Chelle from Cosmetic Cupcake
piCture pOlish - Frosting by Cosmetic Cupcake
''Frosting is a pastel milky pink creme full of silver, magenta and violet glitters plus with a little shade you will find a wonderful surprise - beautiful silver hearts - just magic!  And yes these sprinkles really take the cake!'' (piCture pOlish)
piCture pOlish - Frosting by Cosmetic Cupcake

piCture pOlish, Frosting, 3 coats
piCture pOlish - Frosting by Cosmetic Cupcake

Frosting is everything you'd expect it to be (based on the name of the polish). The colors are very cute and girly, the amount, size and shape of the glitter is just right and there are little silver hearts in it for additional cuteness. It was fairly easy to apply and I didn't have to fish for the hexagon glitter. To be completely honest, I didn't fish for the heart glitter either... Based on some other glitter polish I've used, the application of this one was pretty much a piece of cake. I used three coats for my swatches. 

You can see Chelle's original Frosting post HERE
piCture pOlish - Frosting by Cosmetic Cupcake

You can buy Frosting nail polish on piCture pOlish online store for AU$12.00. Check out their Network Page to find the sellers near you.

You can also find piCture pOlish on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

*Polish was sent to me for review. 

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