Earlier I was invited by KKCenterHK to do a review. Their store have an impressive array of products, from falsies to cosmetics to various nail art supplies, and even wigs! Since I have a thing about frankening, I picked some loose glitters to try. Here's what they kindly sent me.
These N.Nail glitter pots are 10g size which contain quite a lot of products as compared to what I normally got from eBay. They also have better quality as they are sturdier and thicker.
So I mixed them all up, using my regular recipe and produced this franken. I did not add any colour to it, instead I layered it with Nfu Oh Jelly Syrup #03, a light grey jelly to make the following jelly sandwich.
So you must be wondering are these glitters good for frankening? Are they solvent resistant? I would say both the 1mm & 3mm teal glitters were good but the black laser glitter did bleed its colour to the clear polish which added a grey tint to the franken. Not so desirable, huh.....
So I decided to mess the franken around by adding some more gold and orange glitter to it and layered it over black so the grey tint won't show.
Although the black laser glitter did not perform well in the frankening department, it's such good looking stuff I don't want to waste it, so I assigned a different task - I made the following glitter tip.
For the base, I used American Apparel Cotton which is creamy white. Then I mixed the black laser glitter with some black and silver glitter dust and using a fan brush, sprinkled the mix at the tip. Real simple!
I think it looks rather nice, doesn't it?!
Products marked with * were provided for review.
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