Monday, December 9, 2013

OVbunEn Elephant Shoe

Today's combo wasn't really my idea, but is was suggested by the polish maker herself, Girly Bit's Pam.

As base color I used Girly Bits Elephant Shoe, a light grey creme. Application was easy, I used three thin coats for opacity, but if you use a little thicker coats, two probably will be enough.

On top of Elephant Shoe I dabbed one coat of Girly Bits OVbunEn. "OVbunEN (aka "Bun in the Oven") is a clear-based glitter bomb filled with soft baby-colour inspired glitters in light blue, matte pink, yellow and green."
(Source: Girly Bits)

Next to the mentioned pastel glitters, there are also tiny holographic glitters plus iridecent bars, that are practically invisible most of the time (sometimes the look somewhat pee-yellow), but flash indigo blue when the light hits them just at the right angle. 

I had no issues with application, all the glitters spread easily and the clear base was neither too thin nor too thick. For a smooth finish I added one coat of Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter Food and one coat of KBShimmer Clearly On Top.

Girly Bits polishes are available at her own storeLlaroweHarlow & Co.Overall Beauty and Mei Mei's Signatures.


  1. What a delicate combination! I like the new Girly Bits creams - I think this is a great idea to offer those as suggestion for base colors for their glitters!! Have a great Monday :-)

    1. At first, I wasn't really into indie cremes, as I already own a lot of cremes from drugstore brands. But I've really come to like them :-)
      I wish you a great start in the week, too <3

  2. Der Glitzer-Fleckchen-Lack sieht super toll aus *_*

    1. Finde ich auch, es muss ja nicht immer blau, grün oder violett sein ;-)


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