Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Beauty Big Bang

Holo Multi Chrome Flakies

Hi all, I'm here with the first of 2 posts this week for Beauty Big Bang, sharing with you all some very spectacular holographic multi chrome flaky pigment.
Multi Chrome Holographic Flakies Shade 4 is the first flaky pigment I tried. There are 6 colours to choose from and costs £2.79 for a 0.2g pot. You can see it comes packaged well and nicely, and you get a sponge tipped applicator.

I have applied this over regular nail polish and you can watch the full application in my video below, but for now here are my photo's.. ..





Looks just stunning, and a perfect finish with nail polish. The hill was lush in the sun, and the multi chrome colour shift was more prominentin the shade. So am around perfect flaky pigment. This can also be applied over white polish, and used with gel and a no wipe topcoat.
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Join me tomorrow for the next holo multi chrome flaky pigment.
Till next time stay safe and much love....

14 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! I just got some lose powder from them I'm so nervous to try. haha

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    1. I get that, it can be daunting thinking of the clean up, but was so easy x

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  2. This turned out really pretty! I still haven't tried powders.

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    1. I miss gel for pigments like These, so happy I can still use them :)

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  3. Very pretty, this looks lovely on your nails! Their flakes are so fun to wear! :D

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  4. So I just used this (different color) and when I put top coat on, it ruined the mulitchrome shift. Did you use top coat? I didn't see it in the video.

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    1. I used a water based top coat then my regular topcoat x

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  5. Ahhh that's where I went wrong! I'll have to buy a water based one!

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    1. Unt ready for take off, Little Ondine. I think even Born Pretty well water based peelable polishes x

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