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Pure Ice Get in Line over Speechless

Ummmm... yes! That's really all I have to say about Get in Line. Oh, and can I please have some more, in every single color of the rainbow? please, Please, PLEASE?!? (and thank you in advance!)

Pure Ice Get in Line & Speechless

Pure Ice Get in Line over Speechless

Pure Ice Get in Line & Speechless

Pure Ice Get in Line over Speechless

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
2 Coats Pure Ice Speechless
Pure Ice Get in Line*
1 Coat Pure Ice Top Coat
1 Coat Pure Ice Girl on the Run

If there's one thing that Pure Ice knows how to do, it's special effects top coats like Get in Line. I mean, seriously, Heartbreaker, Busted, Oh, Baby, and now the new Shimmer-Wing Iridescent toppers? Polishes like these are must-haves for layering fanatics like me!

My first thought was to layer Get in Line over Speechless, a berry creme polish with jelly tendencies. But, because Get in Line is so pigmented, there was visible streaking. I loved the color combo so much, I regrouped and sponged on Get in Line to create this gradient mani.

Get in Line by Pure Ice

Application was really great, but like I said, Get in Line is super pigmented. The base is a buildable sheer turquoise and it is seriously just packed with really fine turquoise shimmer. The shimmer turns it a little metallic when painted on regularly with a brush, so you might get lines if you're not super careful. Sponging gives a little more of the scattered shimmer look that I like.

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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