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Friday, 3 February 2012

So I finally Shattered..

Hey Fellows!
I am sharing with you a shattering experience my nail went through this evening..

Shattering is possibly the easiest thing which had happened to happen to nail art. I personally am a big fan of animal prints and shatter very strongly reminds me zebra ones.

This is shatter nail polish by Aco which is a part of a leading brand in Canada named Ardene. Ardene is quite a famous line there for  Apparel, Shoes, Accessories,Cosmetics, Jewellery and Bags.You may remember some of Aredene stuff I had given away in both of my give aways. The have an affordable line of goodies and I am personally fan of their jewellery and bags/wallets. You also may see some of their jewellery pieces on my blog sale.

Anyhow, this was my first experience with any of their cosmetics which as told go by the name of Aco. As everything else it is pretty inexpensive. I got a pair of  colored base coat and shatter polish for $ 5 + tax which makes it Rs. 500/-. This is super affordable.
Unfortunately I misplaced my base polish which was also a great one. I tried this right when I got and was not much successful. After going through some reviews I came to know that with shatter polishes Lesser is More.
Thus on my second try I finally managed to it beautifully. I tried it with different nail colors and loved them all. It is actually matte so I topped it with a clear top coat and it rocks..:)

Lets see how I did.
P.S. If any of you wanna have these polishes,Let me know cuz I am getting a couple more in a week or two..
Cheers
Cheeky Chic












15 comments:

  1. I'm not a big fan of the shatter polish, but i love that you used different colors on your nails :-) ...

    P.S. Thanks for following my blog! I've been a terrible blogger lately, but just wanted to let you know that I love Sephora liners (not the sparkly ones though, well they're okay), but most that I've used are so easy to apply, you should try one! :-)

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  2. Love your shatter effect. I wonder of its the brand, or the way you have applied it, but it's not giving that reptilian effect at all. I hate that about shatter polishes. Great job.

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    1. I dont know myself...I did try to go a little diagonally because this is how it spreads well in a thin layer. Yet I observed,it cracks more vertically than horizontally.No complains:it gives me beloved zebra effect..:)
      Thanks for liking..:)

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  3. It's hard for me to like shatters, but I love the multi-colored mani you're sporting! :)

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  4. Love the shatter! And the bottle is incredibly cute! :)

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  5. Thanks for liking Ladies..Appreciate it!!

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  6. This is a very different pattern of shatter I have never seen before. Pretty! ^_^ xx

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  7. m not a big fan of shatter polishes but this one is looking pretty

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  8. WOW! seriously this shatter is giving a really pretty zebra effect, and im totally loving it. its very unusual shatter pattern=}

    HEY i have a requestttt!!!! PLEASEEEEEE PLEASE PLEASE fulfill it.The medora nail polishes are really seeeming pretty colors. Can you please do a swatch/notd post using these without the shatter top coat? PLEASE =/ hoping for a quick response. =)

    God bless you,
    Huma <3
    jollywood.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks for liking..I sure will swatch them ASAP.. :)

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  9. I love my shatter nail polish, I like doing a rainbow under my shatter, people are in awe when they see it lol


    xo
    Haylee

    http://www.dolledupdaily.com

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  10. This looks super cool! I have never tried this technique myself, but I might just have to give it a go! :)

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