I haven’t used Pure Ice Nail Polish in a long time but I had fond memories of the brand. So, I was happy to pick up these two beautiful on my last trip to Walmart. Though beautiful, the colours are a bit flat so I decided to add an accent nail with some silver glitter from L.A. Colours. The nail colours do, like most, show up a little darker in unnatural or low lighting conditions. Keep reading to see the review of the polishes at the end of this blog post.
Nail Polishes Used
- Last Chance by Pure Ice Nail Polish (Purple colour)
- Shore Bet by Pure Ice Nail Polish (Sand/tan colour)
- Glitter Bomb by L..A. Colours Color Craze Nail Polish (Silver glitter with clear base)
The nail art design (shown below) features Shore Bet on the little finger with three coats of Glitter Bomb on top. The ring finger is Shore Bet only. The other fingers are painted in Last Chance with dots created by Shore Bet.
Outdoors in Natural Lighting
Outdoor in Direct Sunlight
Indoors with Bright, Natural Lighting Pic
While this glitter polish is great and inexpensive, it takes a while to show up, requiring several quotes. To be honest, I only stopped applying coats (after 3) because I couldn’t be bothered with a long drying time.
Pure Ice Nail Polishes
I’m amazed. See a picture of the nail art look after a week of gardening, cooking and cleaning below. No. I didn’t use gloves. The nail polishes are just THE BOMB. (Yes I’m old) There was minimal rubbing at the tips but outside of that, the colour held up really well with only one small chip on a finger that hit the side of a shovel. (Yes, I serious about my gardening.) All in all, I will be buying many more Pure Ice Nail Polishes in the future.