Below: Snow, a white creme, covered quite well using 2 coats. I'm always a little nervous with white creme shades because they're often thick and/or streaky, but Snow performed nicely for me. This is a clean white shade without being blindingly white.
Below: Frosty is shown using one coat over Snow. This is a somewhat sheer pearly white shade with tiny white and silver foil glitter. I used it alone and I was satisfied with 3 coats, although I prefer it over a similar shade. Used alone, more of the silver glitter is evident. The glitter in this sparkles like glistening snow and I noticed indoors under artificial lighting (not shown), the glitter also shows a subtle hint of other colors.
I was impressed with Snow because it applied nicely and was opaque in 2 coats--not my typical experience with a white creme! Frosty softens the look of Snow a bit, while also dressing it up with its sparkle. The formula of Snow reminds me of the Color Club Japanese glitters and some of the China Glaze glitters, in that it's a little jelly-ish. I'd like to try Frosty over a darker color to see what that looks like also. Has anyone tried that? What did you think?
The entry period will be open until midnight tomorrow, 10/23/10, and I'll announce the winner on Monday. I hope everyone has a great weekend!
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