The formula this Crowstoes has, is unlike another other Crowstoes I own. When you first see the bottle, you will be amazed seeing the formula shift ll around as you tilt the bottle. Meaning, it's almost perfectly formulated. Needing no thinning. I did my first mani no problem. But after I got was getting into my last few fingers, I did notice it was starting to want to be thick. But I think alot of it has to do with the thickness of the glitters in this polish. I do love how she doesn't get skimpy with the glitter. I mean one dip and you got glitter for half your nail! But there is alot of base in it, which evens it out almost perfectly!
I did one coat of Riveting. Two coats of Hell Hath No Fury. I then followed that with one Glitter Food, Gelous and Seche Vite. Oh!! I have been doing the white school glue now, before all glitter main's. It works wonderfully!! I have experimented a bit with it since I last chatted about it. I was thinking the trick to a perfect glue removal was keeping your nails buffed. But after many mani's later, I realized that adding that little bit of water to thin it was the problem. I find it removes much better if I leave the glue in pure form and not mess with it at all. It does make painting it on a bit more challenging. But it's not that bad and isn't a problem for me. But I do always follow the glue with a nice basecoat before I start the colors. Have you figured out any tricks with using the glue?
|More blue/purple sparks flying on my nails :-) Love|
|See more sparks in the bottle :-) :-)|