Friday, June 14, 2013

Nail Pattern Boldness - Glitter Food vs NerdLaquer - Cyance Friction

A little over a year ago I ordered three polishes from NerdLacquer (my first indies!). I did a a review of them and they were great, but after a year and a bit of neglect the glitters stuck to the sides and bottom of the bottle and separated like polishes generally do in old age. Cyance Friction took it the worst by far, shaking it wouldn't knock all of the glitters loose and it would settle within 30 mins again. It was thick and hard to use.

A couple of months ago I saw a review of Nail Pattern Boldness - Glitter Food used to revive a bottle of NerdLacquer - Holy Grail on ThePolishAholic and I was very impressed. Glitter Food was already on my wish list because I love indie glitter polishes and other reviews I saw would flatten out the glitter to work better under a top coat (I've tried this already and it also works amazingly).

Today, I pulled out Cyance Friction to put Nail Pattern Boldness' Glitter Food to the test on my nastiest glitter polish! The results are as follows...

1. NerdLacquer - Cyance Friction (untouched for months) next to nail Pattern Boldness - Glitter Food.
2. NerdLacquer - Cyance Friction: I shook it vigorously and let it settle for 2 hours.
3. NerdLacquer - Cyance Friction: 3 eyedroppers full of Nail Pattern Boldness - Glitter Food added, shaken to death and settled for 2 hours.

I think it's quite possibly in better condition than when I received it, when I first got it I had to tip it upside down for about 10 minutes before I used it to scoop up any glitter but now it works great!

Nail Pattern Boldness - Glitter Food: $8 Etsy and at Llarowe. (Facebook)
NerdLacquer - Cyance Friction: $10 NerdLacquer.com (Facebook)



And now, the newly revitalized Cyance Friction! 


Products in this post were bought with my own money and were not provided to me for review.

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