February 07, 2016

Dance Legend Glitter Base & Colors by Llarowe Gemini Rising

Hello! Long time no see,
Yesterday I was telling someone about using Dance Legend peel-off Glitter Base to stop staining. I had used the stainiest stainer of all my staining polishes (CBL Gemini Rising) and da da daaaaa! I have no staining to report!


I used the DL Glitter Base in mint green. Now CBL Gemini Rising is the most wonderful green holo, so full of pigment, but it can leave nails with a parting gift when it is removed. Yellow nails. This is not really an issue when your nails are painted all the time but I get it. It isn't a good look.

I painted the unusual mint green base and it leaves a polish that you could wear on its own. There are no streaks, it has a gel look to it when dry. It is a little thicker than normal base coats but this is not a normal base coat. Then two coats of GR on most nails and a glitter on the others.

When time comes to remove the polish, it is easy. I find that glitter comes off much easier than holographic or creamy polishes. It is a matter of finding an edge and using an orange stick to ease it off. Mostly it peels in one or two chunks but sometimes it sticks to the free edge, For me, I can use the orange stick or polish remover to get this remaining bit to peel. I have not noticed any damage to my nail plate.

Mmm, the leftovers! 
I have the older clear peel-off they made and that is not so good and for me; polish pops off unexpectedly. The coloured ones stay on for longer and need an intervention to peel off. The pink and white versions are in stock at the minute at rainbow-connection.co.uk

If you are reading, then I'd love your comments, feedback is always appreciated. I am not a nail technician or a photographer! I do not claim to have fantastic nails. I simply own some fabulous polishes and have some fabulous friends who help me find them!

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