Thursday, February 19, 2015

Layering: Pure Ice What's the Splatter & Wear Red

Pure Ice Wear Red & What's the Splatter

Pure Ice What's the Splatter Layering

Pure Ice What's the Splatter & Wear Red

Pure Ice Wear Red & What's the Splatter

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats Pure Ice Wear Red
2 Coats Pure Ice What's the Splatter*
1 Coat Seche Vite

So, last weekend, I finally managed to find a couple of sweaters and pants while out shopping with Sparklegirl and Granny Sparkle...

Lace Sweater by Elle

This sweater was my favorite find. Knowing that I would be wearing it as soon as possible after purchasing, I though about how What's the Splatter would go perfectly with it. Black and white sweater, black leggings, black boots, black and white glitter on my nails... I knew I would need a bright color for layering What's the Splatter!

Enter Pure Ice Wear Red...

Super shiny classic red cream nails topped with black and white glitter were definitely the way to go! I seriously love this combination, and I especially love how my nails not only complimented, but totally completed my outfit. What's the Splatter added just the right amount of edge to my nails. I love the random insta-graffiti look you get from it. Sadly, you can't really see the smaller irridescent glitter in my photos, but it's definitely there, and it really adds to the shine factor of this layering!

Pure Ice polishes retail exclusively in Walmart stores and on their website for $1.97/bottle. Pure Ice is a salon-inspired long-wear nail formula that's available in over 96 stunning and on-trend shades. The shade library contains a striking variety of colors and finishes - from iridescent pearls to bright creams, holographic and chunky glitters to mirror-like metallics; every shade is beautiful and unique. Pure Ice nail enamels are free of formaldehyde, toluene, and DBP. Follow Pure Ice on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

*provided by PR for review. All thoughts, views, and opinions are my own.

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