*Products in this post were sent to me in exchange for a 100% honest review
*warning, picture heavy post
Since the glitters are translucent, I wanted to show them over white quickly too :D I actually like them all over white, but I think I like the pastels more....
On the ring finger in these photos it looks a little clumpy in one spot, but it didn't look like that in real life - that's just the harsh lighting reflecting off the shimmer......
TSNBMA, as it shall be referred to from now on, is translucent blue hexes and shards, matte white shards and snowflakes, with blue shimmer, and iridescent blue square glitters.
Now for the important retail information.....
Kerrie has put together a lot of options for the glitter mixes, which are:-
- Enough of any one glitter mix to make one 10ml bottle of polish for £2, or the whole collection for £6
- Larger bags of glitter mix if you would like to use them for glitter placement mani's for £2.50 each
- Small bags of one particular glitter for around £1 (depending on size)
- Plus, Kerrie is happy to take orders for custom mixes too! (prices vary)
She'll be taking orders for them via the Quirk facebook page.
Kerrie's not too sure whether she will continue doing glitter mixes after this, but she was absolutely gutted that she wouldn't get to release this collection, and frankly so am I. These are some of the most unique polishes I've ever worn, and you can really feel the inspiration behind them all. It's heartbreaking to think that this may be the last Quirk collection for the foreseeable future :'( I feel robbed, and I can only hope that one day Kerrie will find a way to bring her creative genius back to our fingertips, but for now I'll just have to say "Goodbye Quirk, and god damn it we will miss you!"
Disclaimer: All comments about the formula are based on the bottles I have here - application when made into a polish with any other suspension base may vary greatly. :)