Inspired by the released by The Twilight Sage: Breaking Dawn, Pure Ice has released 5 new polishes.
"The end of the story begins with the bright pale skin (Nude Beach) with blazing red eyes (Glass of Bordeaux). A love story that asks a young girl to risk it all. The diamond ring (Silver Lining) and the garden wedding that changed everything. You can't take your eyes off that unforgettable BLUE dress (Getting Gorgeous) and the warmth and complexity of the wolf's imprint (Alter Ego)."
Getting Gorgeous - Blue with purple and blue Iridescent microglitter. It should come as no surprise that this blue was my favorite of this collection. To acquire this level of opacity, required 3 coats.
Alter Ego - Rich coffee brown with copper microglitter and silver small shard flakes. Browns are normally outside of my comfort zone but surprisingly, I really do like this shade. To acquire this level of opacity, required 2 coats.
Nude Beach - Perfect nude with pearl shine and creme finish. The soft pearlized finish of this shade for some reason, just reminds me of cashmere. To acquire this level of opacity, required 2 coats.
Glass of Bordeaux - Sheer black with blood red microglitter. Can't afford those red bottom shoes, give this polish a try-LOL! A great fall shade. To acquire this level of opacity, required 3 coats.
Silver Lining - Clear polish with silver glitter and silver diamond large shard flakes. This will be a great New Years layering polish. I will love seeing this layered over a deep navy blue like Pure Ice All Night Long. Like most chunky glitters, to get an effective application, it requires patting on the polish instead of the normal painting on of the polish. To acquire this level of opacity, required 2 coats.
Pure Ice Nail Polish does not contain formaldehyde, toluene and DBP
Pure Ice Nail Polish is sold at Wal-Mart stores nationwide. Their MSRP is $1.97 a bottle.
*Pure Ice is not affiliated with Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Pt 2.
Grace, Peace, & Blessings.
* These products were sent to me for review consideration by the PR department of the Manufacturer. These however are my honest opinions. I am not employed by nor was I paid by this company.