Thursday, August 21, 2014

Layering: Paloma Rose

A little layering for your Thursday... :)

Zoya Paloma, Butter London Rosie Lee, SOPI The Golden Age

Zoya Paloma Jelly Glitter Sandwich

Zoya Paloma, Butter London Rosie Lee, SOPI The Golden Age

Zoya Paloma Jelly Glitter Sandwich

Zoya Paloma, Butter London Rosie Lee, SOPI The Golden Age

Zoya Paloma, Butter London Rosie Lee, SOPI The Golden Age

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
2 Coats Zoya Paloma
1 Coat Butter London Rosie Lee
1.5 Coats Sephora by OPI The Golden Age
1 Coat Butter London Rosie Lee
2 Coats Zoya Paloma
1 Coat Borghese Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

It's been so long since my last full-fledged Jelly Glitter Sandwich... and even longer since I've worn Zoya Paloma! Last time around, I layered this lovely raspberry jelly with China Glaze Your Present Required. This time, I paired it with silver, gold, and pink glitter!

On its own, Zoya Paloma is a gorgeous raspberry pink jelly! Since I layered it with more of a multi-colored glitter last time, I decided to try to keep this sandwich a little more uniform in color. Rosie Lee is a fine pink glitter polish, while The Golden Age contains small and large silver and gold glitter. I sandwiched The Golden Age in between layers of Rosie Lee to add a little more depth to the layering. One coat of Paloma on top transformed the glitter a little bit, but I decided to use a second coat to lock the glitter down just a little deeper!

All in all, I really like the effect. Paloma turns each glitter into a slightly different tone of raspberry pink for gorgeous, multi-dimensional sparkle! I'm such a sucker for a good jelly glitter sandwich, and you all know how I feel about sparkle!

What do you think of Paloma Rose?

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