Good Evening everyone!
I hope you are all keeping well and still enjoying my little rambles!
Today I’m going to talk about OPI again but I promise I’ll pull something different out of my stash tonight to talk about tomorrow!
I got this through the post yesterday and I was so excited that I had to try it right away. I’m talking about the Mariah Carey Liquid Sand collection. I bought the mini set recently from Buyapowa a great site where the more people that buy the cheaper the price! Therefore I got this set for £7.50 plus £1.95 postage which I thought was a bit of a bargain. So unfortunately in the near future you may have to endure me talking about the other three but tonight is the turn of The Impossible.
I was very very unsure whether to categorise this as a pink or a red when I went to file it away in my helmer. In the end I choose pink as the polish did have a lot of pink sparkles in it and went very well with the pink jumper I choose to wear today.
The polish was also VERY difficult to capture on my camera so there are a couple of blurry shots I’m afraid!
At least the blur gives you an idea of the sparkle in the polish.
More of a close up, you can see the larger flecks of pink glitter which in dull light look darker. Unfortunatly we’ve had no sun again today so I haven’t been able to see what it looks like in sunlight, but I suspect this will sparkle like crazy!
This is a natural light shot which gives you a much better idea of the colour. Doesn’t it look lovely?
Applying the polish was easy. For me I put on 3 coats as I still had VNL with 2. However that did mean there was a bit of a longer dry time especially as you don’t use a topcoat to keep the texture. I didn’t mind the texture at all. It seems to be a bit of a marmite idea at the moment, people either love it or hate it. I love the idea of it but I’m still on the fence. It doesn’t feel gritty at all and as it sparkles nice it doesn’t feel like you aren’t wearing a topcoat.
Is this one that you’ll be buying?
Thanks for reading x