Good evening everyone! I am back again tonight with some more great blends from Wonder Beauty. I wanted to share to completely different blends with you guys tonight, one is a top coat and one is all on its own. Both are great for the upcoming Valentine’s holiday but also any other time of year that you want to wear your heart on your nails. Time for the polish!
First up is the top coat, Roxie Hart. Roxie Hart is a clear base packed with various size hex silver glitter, red and silver bars, and black hearts. Inspired by Roxie Hart of Chicago it has a great 1920’s city feel with some modern day flair. Application was great and the bar glitter laid flawlessly. The black hearts were not overwhelming and adds a nice touch to such an elegant blend. I used a toothpick to try to position the hearts to a desired location. I would suggest an extra coat of clear to help smooth out the hearts. I used just one coat in my application.
Close up of Roxie Hart
I paired this with Sonia Kashuk Fatigued to add to the black and white film day feel.
You can see here how the hearts stand up a little and why I suggest a clear topper.
Such a fun blend!
Next up is Let’s Play Footsie! This blend is a bright pink jelly base packed with various sizes of pinks, reds, golds, and silver hex glitter. Again application was flawless and I got great coverage in just two coats. The glitter distribution was great and added a nice element to the bright pink color. This one would be great for the upcoming Valentines celebration.
Let’s Play Footsie
Close up of Let’s Play Footsie
Again, only two coats needed.
So there you have it. Two great blends for upcoming Valentine’s Day that give two completely different feels. Which one do you like the most? Check out Wonder Beauty for more great blends and be sure to stop by tomorrow because I will have two more awesome blends…. one of which that has became my all time favorite heart based glitter. Hope you all have a great evening!
These were sent to me for review purposes but do not influence my reviews.
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