There is only one coat of Copper Blaze in the pictures below, but I did have to go over my brush strokes to get the brush to release the large hex glitter. With one coat of Copper Blaze, you can still see the underlying polish color. From what I can tell, the glitter is suspended in a clear base and does not alter the color of the underlying polish. The glitter lies flat, and the addition of a coat of Seche Vite made it very smooth. This was not a top coat hungry glitter.
I used Copper Blaze as the accent on my right hand, the one that doesn't often get photographed. On my left I had Hits Glitter Forte Punk Rock. My husband preferred the Hits glitter. He is not a fan of hex or chunky glitter. This is probably the only area where he is a traditionalist.
Please excuse my dry cuticles in the pictures below:
|You can see on my ring finger, near the top left of the photo, that the glitter lies completely flat and smooth.|
The glitter may appear golden in the pictures in the sun, but it's definitely orange rather than gold.
Blurry, but you can see the holo from Demeter showing through.
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