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Glisten & Glow Studio 54 Collection - swatches, review

Sunday, September 28, 2014


I have a fun, slightly textured, micro-glitter polish collection for you today - Studio 54, by Glisten & Glow. The great aspect of these polishes is the versatility. They can be worn on their own as a slightly textured polish, with top coat to completely even them out and provide a glossy finish, or over a base color.

They applied easily and the glitter covers evenly and rests flat against the nail. 

Let's take a look at these glittery sensations. I used three coats for each swatch and I had no issues with application on any of them.

Dancing on Star Dust is the most unique mixture of the collection. It contains a perfect balance of lavender, pink, green, blue, black, and gold micro-glitters in a slightly violet tinted base. No one color dominates the mixture, making this one standout from the others in this collection. It's confetti on your nails.

Dancing on Star Dust
Dancing on Star Dust
Dancing on Star Dust
Dancing on Star Dust
Dancing on Star Dust
Dancing on Star Dust
Dancing on Star Dust - with HK Girl top coat
Dancing on Star Dust - with HK Girl top coat
At the Door @ 54 is jam packed with magenta micro-glitters. It also has pink, gold, blue, and silver micro-glitters in a magenta pink toned base. This shade is sure to be an eye-catcher with its bright appearance. The colors complement each other and give it a classy, yet inspired look.

At the Door @ 54
At the Door @ 54
At the Door @ 54
At the Door @ 54
At the Door @ 54 with HK Girl top coat
At the Door @ 54 with HK Girl top coat
At the Door @ 54 with HK Girl top coat
At the Door @ 54 with HK Girl top coat
Rubell's Bus Boys has primarily red-toned coral and orange micro-glitters in a similarly tinted base. It also has a beautiful balance of blue, gold, and silver micro-glitters as well. It isn't quite as red as my photos show. The red-toned glitters seem to jump out when I am taking the photo and photo-bomb the shot. It does flash red, but appears more salmon in real life. 

Rubell's Bus Boys
Rubell's Bus Boys
Rubell's Bus Boys
Rubell's Bus Boys
Rubell's Bus Boys
Rubell's Bus Boys
Rubell's Bus Boys with HK Girl top coat
Rubell's Bus Boys with HK Girl top coat
The Moon & The Spoon is my favorite of the collection. It has mostly blue micro-glitters, along with gold, red, green, and silver micro-glitters in a slightly tinted blue base. The contrasting colors in this one provide a unique and very noticeable contrast. The overall look is very pleasing to the eye.

The Moon & The Spoon
The Moon & The Spoon
The Moon & The Spoon
The Moon & The Spoon
The Moon & The Spoon
The Moon & The Spoon
The Moon & The Spoon with HK Girl top coat
The Moon & The Spoon with HK Girl top coat
The Moon & The Spoon with HK Girl top coat
The Moon & The Spoon with HK Girl top coat
Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally is packed with bright pink micro-glitters in a clear base. The addition of gold, red, pink, black and fuchsia micro-glitters create the perfect sparkling super girly mix. It's bright and stunning.

Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally
Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally
Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally
Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally
Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally
Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally
Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally with HK Girl top coat
Gettin' Dirty with Disco Sally with HK Girl top coat
This collection is a dream for texture and glitter loving polish aficionados. But it's also the perfect fit for those that like a smooth and glossy finish. 

These polishes are available at GlistenandGlow.com for $10.50 each. 

Make sure to follow Glisten & Glow on Facebook to keep up with new releases and specials. Visit GlistenandGlow.com to see what other amazing products are there. 

These products were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note that computer monitors may reflect colors differently.
 

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