Previously I showed you Rescue Beauty Lounge Aqua Lily. Before taking it off I added Pretty & Polished Sand Art. If you look closely you can see my tip wear on Aqua Lily LOL. I am happy to report I wore it for several days without any chips! Hooray for Aqua Lily!
My Sand Art looks different than the photo used on the Etsy listing. I checked with a few of my friends and the coloring of my bottle varies from theirs as well. I have heard about inconsistencies with Pretty & Polished's polishes previously and it made me hesitant of purchasing any. Good news is I actually prefer the coloring of my bottle! I really enjoy the look of matte glitter polishes. They can be a royal B to take off, but they wear long LOL! Sand Art was easy enough to apply, although I would prefer it had a little more glitter vs base. What you see here is two coats followed by topcoat.
Artificial light, no flash.
What do you think?
Pretty & Polished Sand Art retails for $8.50 and can be purchased from the Pretty & Polished Etsy shop.