Catchy eh? Well, yeah. If this happened in my flight (which I normally snooze at this point), I would be paying close attention. Not because it’s the safety instructions though; more of because I didn’t expect it. I must say, didn’t think of that one! It’s featured today on Yahoo! front page.
You’d perk up too, wouldn’t you? Not sure how long this is going to last because just like everything else, it will lose its effectiveness. But for now: Mabuhay!
From their Specialty Collection, today I have for you all Gold Digger. I find shades from China Glaze’s Specialty Collection either brilliant or downright unappealing. Needless to say, I got pretty much all the shades I could possibly want from that collection and thank goodness it’s not close to 50 of them! Maybe about half. Most definitely lots of the glitter ones in that collection.
Every time I pull this shade out, I can’t help but sing Kanye West’s “Gold Digger” in my head over and over again. It’s a pretty catchy song after all. This is a glitter polish with gold glitter in clear base. The gold is more of a white gold than the common yellow kind.
Shown is one thicker coat. Whenever possible, I really didn’t want to do more than one coat with clear base glitter shades. It messes up half the time and the clear base shows the mess ups blatantly than with non-clear base glitter shade. If you want to do more than 1 coat, give it enough time to dry in between coats. Glitter shades tend to dry faster, as with this shade, so that shouldn’t be much of a problem.
This shade, along with all other 49 from China Glaze’s Specialty Collection, was available in beauty supply stores such as Sally Beauty Supply. They can still be purchased on various nail e-tailers.