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Glitter Food (Fix A Flat) Hand Made Top Coat

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I am SO excited to offer this dual purpose product! While I was developing a formulation for glitter base (actually I was sitting in a river washing wild onions when the idea came to me, but that's another story for another time) I realized I might be able to solve two "polish problems" with one product!

If you wear glitter polish you've probably noticed that the finish can be gritty or rough, especially with denser glitters. This works great as a topcoat to smooth things out and give you a nice glassy look. It does dry to a satin finish, so I recommend a glossy topcoat over it (try my Digital Flash quick dry topcoat).
If you find that you get some shrinkage, adding thinner will get you back to normal.

Recently I've been testing it for use as a basecoat - particularly for polishes that require a super smooth base to start with - and have been liking the results. More on this as I gather data!

Yet another use for this product is to "fix" polishes that have "gone flat." By this I mean polishes where the original base used wasn't strong enough to hold up the glitter, and it's not possible to just shake it back up to reincorporate the glitter. I've included a few before and after photos on polishes I've fixed this way so you can see what I mean. The way I've used it is to remove the top 1/4 or 1/5 of the sinky glitter bottle using an eyedropper and replace it with Glitter Food. Shake it up (really really hard the first time) or you might need to get in there with an orange stick to really pick up the glitter off the bottom of the bottle. If there's enough interest in using it this way I may offer a kit in the future that includes a dropper (though if you have a Sally's near you they sell disposable plastic ones that are great for this purpose).

Please be aware that I am mixing this myself (in my basement no less) and so a small particle may occasionally make its way into the bottle. This in no way affects the performance but if this is something that would bother you then this might not be the topcoat for you.

This shade is 3-free and cruelty free (tested only on myself) and comes in a full size (15ml/.50 fl oz) bottle.


Glitter Food (Fix A Flat) Hand Made Top Coat