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Saturday, 15 March 2014

Catrice & Elevation Polish Skittlette

Hi everyone! Today I have a simple skittlette for you. I actually wore this a while ago and it sort of got stuck in the vault of photos! I'm not really sure why because I really love it!

I recently got some Catrice polishes (which I snapped up because they are being discontinued) and decided to wear some of them together. Petrolpolitan is a lovely green packed with blue shimmer/flakes! I used 2 coats of Petrolpolitan on my index and middle fingers. The formula was lovely and easy to work with. I honestly have no complaints whatsoever when it comes to Catrice polishes. All the ones I have tried have been great, especially considering the amazing price! 

Green/Blue Skittlette with Elevation Polish, Catrice & Julie G

I then applied 2 coats of George Blueney, also Catrice, to my ring finger. How cool is that name? Formula on this one was also good.

I topped some of my nails with Elevation Polish Lake Achit which is a clear based glitter topper full of various sizes and shapes of glitter in various shades of blue/teal. I love this so much, especially the tiny stars! I think it will look great over a variety of colours and can't wait to try it out some more! Formula and application were really good. The glitters came out easily with no fishing and spread out nicely on the nail.

Green/Blue Skittlette with Elevation Polish, Catrice & Julie G

I finished things off with Julie G Blueberry Fizz from the first Frosted Gumdrop collection on my little finger to add some texture and sparkle. 

Green/Blue Skittlette with Elevation Polish, Catrice & Julie G

I loved this mix of polishes and I think Skittlettes are a great way to try out a few untrieds or new polishes all at once! What do you think of this mani?

Elevation polishes can be purchased from the Elevation Polish store and Llarowe.   
Julie G polishes are available at various retailers and the Jesse's Girl Cosmetics site
Catrice polishes are available from various retailers in Europe. You can also purchase them from Ninja Polish