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Friday, February 6th, 2009

Sephora Glittering Nail Polish: Review, Swatches

New Sephora Glittering Nail Polish

Sephora introduces a new line of glittering nail polish sure to glam up those tips and toes.  A sparkling assortment of eight colors to pick to from sure to please your appetite.

The glitterning polishes come in a small compact mini size (.16 oz) that are perfect for travel or on the go which retail for $5.

Since each bottle is packed with loads of color I was able to use two coats on all my swatches.  Some of the formulas were thick and others were just fine.  I actually prefered them on the thick side because less is more and at $5.00 a pop you'll want to save every drop.

The glitter consistency varied between thick & chunky and fine mircoglitter.  Check out all the swatches below.   

Sephora Black Strass Nail Polish

Black Strass - a black with chunky silver glitter.

Sephora Red Ruby Glittering Polish

Red Ruby - a ruby red with chunky pink and silver glitter. 

Sephora Blue Sapphire Nail Polish

Blue Sapphire - a deep royal blue with chunky silver and blue glitter. 

Sephora Blue Sapphire and Essie Starry Night

Blue Sapphire has a royal blue base compared to Essie's navy and the glitter color & consistency are different as well.  Although they are both different, Blue Sapphire can satisfy your Starry Starry Night lemmings.  Shhhh, I wont tell..

The next three swatches have fine micro shimmer.

Sephora Violet Amethyst Nail Polish

Violet Amethyst - one of my favorites, a deep violet purple with pink, purple and rustic micro shimmer. 

Sephora Pink Fuchsia Nail Polish

Fuchsia Quartz - a fuchsia pink with silver micro shimmer.

Sephora Beige Topaz Nail Polish

Beige Topaz - a light beige gold with silver chunky & microshimmer.

I'll be posting a you tube review in a the next couple days.  Some of my favorites are Black Stass, Blue Sapphire, Violet Amethyst.  The glittering nail polishes are now available at Sephora and retail for $5.00.

Tags: sephora, glittering, nail poilsh, swatches, review

Posted by Steph at 11:56:am
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Gayle said on Feb 6th, 2009 12:03 pm
Happy Friday!! I like the whole collection, Im such a sucker for anything that glitters! My fav is blue sapphire, thanks for comparing to Essie SSN, right when I saw it i thought of SSN. Thanks for the side by side...Im off to sephora to pick some of these up...Have a great weekend
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Steph said on Feb 6th, 2009 12:47 pm
Hi Gayle, Happy Friday - TGIF! I'm totally a sucker for glitters too! You'll love Blue Sapphire! Have a great weekend :)
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ashley said on Feb 6th, 2009 7:47 am
Awesome! Thanks so much for the swatches. Pretty colors!
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J7 said on Feb 6th, 2009 10:56 am
I just ordered blue sapphire last week, I can't wait to get it after seeing your pics!
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Hend said on Feb 7th, 2009 11:15 am
This is really Awesome! Thank you!
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Jinnzor said on Feb 9th, 2009 10:33 am
Awwwww, look at those. So cute!
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Steph said on Feb 11th, 2009 10:03 am
Aww, Thanks! :)
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