W7 - Lava Flow

This is the 2nd polish from the new Summer collection by W7, the formula was the same as the Salt n Pepper one i got and i really do like them, i was expecting the Salt n pepper to be hard to remove but it came of really easy so i expect this one will to.

The Blue glitter seems to be a matter Glitter but the red has a slight sparkle to it, combined with the white background it makes the glitter really pop.

For some reason when i see polish like this it reminds me of the "Indies" people make, when i first got them i though hmmm i might need to do a layer of a white polish and layer this on top, but i didn't, 2 because coats and this was opaque enough to do well on its own, which surprised me, because looking at it, its a milky white rather then a solid white.

For £1.99 id recommend you buy the, Fashionable nails on an Economy budget lol

W7 - Salt n Pepper

After seeing a few samples of this on another blog, i thought id try it out, not I'm not normally in to the gritty glitter type polish but they are getting more and more popular and i guess i need to move with the times and Fashion lol

This is W7 Salt n Pepper, its a white base packed with a matte looking glitter, some people are describing it as a black Matte Glitter but to me it looks Blue, a very dark blue, but either way its a great polish and goes on good, i only needed 2 coats and it dried pretty fast, although i noticed i did need to add a few dabs here and there to fill in some bald spots.

You can feel the gritty bits ..so after applying and letting it dry, i applied a clear polish top coat before applying my usual thick layer of Seche Vite. which seemed to do the tick an it was smooth as glass.

So over all thoughts...............I love it, I'm not looking forward to removing it lol but i look forward to trying the others from the W7 summer collection.