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Happy 4th of July! I’m so glad you’re back. You must’ve read yesterday’s post and be ready for more drool worthy polish. If you didn’t get a chance to read it, take 5 minutes and make sure you check it out here. Oh who am I kidding, you’ll need 15 mins to just get through all the gorgeous polishes but trust me, you’ll thank me later. You don’t want to miss the first 7 amazing polishes I showed in Part 1.
Yesterday was just the tip of the iceberg in Carrie’s bag of tricks. This Sassy Sauce maker is prepared and ready for this highly competitive industry of beauty which is nail polish. Makers and creators are challenged with staying on the front lines of creating unique, bold, exciting and jaw-dropping masterpieces and that exactly what I have today in part 2 of 3 from Sassy Sauce Polish.
Settle in because I have 7 more beauties to show you!
**All swatches are done using Commitment Issue Peel-off Base Coat by Vapid and Sassy Sauce Topcoat (shiny) and Matte topcoat by Jior Couture (matte). Swatch photos are taken using artificial lights.**
Super sparkley glitter topper with spectraflare, rainbow flakies, purple lime copper pink shifting flakies, rose flakies a ton of holo, pink and yellow glitter
Super Sparkley glitter topper tons of different sized holo pink and black glitter, blue and purple short slices, purple lime copper pink shifting flakies
Defined Hissy fit
A beautiful bronze no glitter
A pinkish orange neon cream with gold flakies
Neon orange/yellow with gold flakies
A white base with a copper shimmer and black, caramel and holo gold glitter
Dorothy’s Dark Side
A red jelly base, black and black holo glitter
Overall Thoughts – Sassy Sauce Polish Pt 2
Formula / Application: no issues to report. Polishes formula is what you expect from any brand, not too thin, not too thick. Applies well and doesn’t flood the cuticles.
Opacity: Swatches shown in 3 coats
Price: $8.50 each
Availability: July 15th at 11am CST
Overall: Didn’t I tell ya?! 7 more beauties! I am a complete fan of Spicy Stone. its something about that shimmer and the glitters that make it so perfect and yummy. The neons are a plus in my book any day of the week and the flakes in them put them over the top. I definitely see myself reaching for those glitter toppers to use over some 80s retro watermarbles.