24k Rose by Glittertastrophe – Review + Mani

Hey lovelies! How are y’all? I hope you are all doing great. I know it must be weird seeing a blog post from me during the weekdays instead of the weekend, but I’m going out of town this weekend, so I needed to get this post out now in order to not skip a week.

Today’s post is about a glitter mix from Glitterastrophe. Glittertastrope makes unique & custom glitter mixes for nail art/slime/crafts. Glittertastrophe also makes handmade jewelry with their mixes. They were kind enough to send glitter mixes for March birthdays, and I received mine a little over 2 weeks ago. I received 3 different mixes, and today I will be reviewing one of them. Let’s get right into it!

Other products used for this mani:

24k Rose

Description: An ultra fine rose gold mixed with a ultra fine holographic gold.

How to use: This glitter mix can be used in nail art, acrylics, gel, slime, jewelry and other crafts, and it is solvent resistant (can be poured into nail lacquer). I used the following steps for my mani:

  1. Apply base coat, base color, top coat, and let dry for 30 mins.
  2. Apply 2 strips of striping tape to each nail to make a border.
  3. Apply top coat to the area between the 2 strips of striping tape.
  4. Use an eyeshadow applicator to place glitter on the wet top coat. Let dry.
  5. Dust off any glitter that got outside of the border with a fan brush.
  6. Remove the striping tape.
  7. Apply top coat and let dry.
  8. That’s it!

Availability: Available now.

Price: $2.00 (1/8tsp/just a pinch), $3.50 (tsp), $4.50 (3/8 tsp/mini jar), or $7.00 (tbsp) USD.

Overall thoughts: It’s easy to use, beautiful, and holo…. so I love it! No complaints.

That’s all for today loves! Be sure to check out Glittertastrophe’s store and Instagram.

Questions? Concerns? Tips and tricks? Leave them in the comments section below! See y’all later.

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Author: Holo, It's Lala's Nails

A biology student addicted to nail art.

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