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Twinsie Tuesday ~ Favorite Glitter Topper ~ Wet n Wild Party of Five Glitters

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Hey dolls! The theme for this week’s Twinsie Tuesday was to share our favorite glitter topper. Gosh, I had a really hard time trying to make a decision. I pulled out several glitters and ended up going with the one I’ve used most often, Wet n Wild Party of Five Glitters. This polish was super popular when it was released a few years ago. I like it for its versatility. It can be layered over another polish, used for a gradient, or as I did for today, used in a jelly sandwich. The color mix of Party of Five Glitters is very similar to those first released by many indie brands in various jelly bases.

As I was rushing to complete this look before watching the NCAA Championship game last, I took a shortcut for the jelly sandwich. Typically I would build the jelly up by itself, but I didn’t have time for that last night. I started with a base of Cult Nails Love At First Sight, a medium purple creme. Next, I dabbed on Party of Five Glitters. The base was much thicker than I remember it being previously, so a few drops of thinner would be helpful. To complete the jelly sandwich, I added one coat of Loreal Lilac Coolers, a lilac jelly. The formula on Lilac Coolers was super sheer, hence the shortcut mentioned above.


The density of this glitter is perfect for jelly sandwiches. I also like that it doesn’t look too chunky. I’m sure if I were to answer this same prompt in a few weeks, I would choose a different glitter. There are a few others that I like for many different reasons. Could you decide on a favorite glitter topper? Be sure to check out the choices from the other Twinsies down below!

Amanda at Amandalandish
Amber at Nails Like Lace
Chelsea at Nailed Blog
Elizabeth at Did My Nails
Kelly at Tuxarina
Marisa at Polish Obsession
Rachel at Top Coat It
Róisín at Cuti-CLUE-les
Stephanie at A Little Polish
Traci at DrinkCitra

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