Good evening, dear readers! This week has flown by as I am busy preparing to leave town to attend Cosmoprof in Las Vegas in just a few days. I am going to be meeting with so many wonderful people, and I cannot wait to share my experience with you! I am attending events with some of my favorite indie creators, so let's share one of them tonight!
For tonight's post, I have the beautiful Snozzberries by Emerald and Ash to share with you. Snozzberries is part of their brand spanking new Life in Color Collection that launched today as a pre-order.
Snozzberries is described as a blurple jelly that is filled with colour shifting square glitter and purple and red holo microglitters. It truly is a remarkable polish, and I absolutely adore this creation. It is such a fun polish, and I don't think I could have asked for a better combination with this name! The formula was easy to work with, and the glitters dispersed nicely over my nails. It does dry to a gritty texture due to the composition, but it looks so smooth with a layer of top coat. I used three coats followed with a layer of HK Girl top coat for these photos.
As I mentioned previously, this polish is now available for sale at Emerald and Ash as a pre-order. Any polishes purchased via pre-order will not start to get packed until July 19th and begin to ship out on July 21st. After all the pre-order packages ship, they will go back to their regular shipping schedule as orders come in. You can also follow Emerald and Ash on Facebook and Twitter for shop announcements.
Until next time, dear readers, have a wonderful night!
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