Maybelline Color Show Acid Wash Effects – Ripped Tide

So, here we go.  My fave pic from the new Maybelline Color Show Acid Wash Effects nail polishes.  As you so from yesterday’s quick swatches, Ripped Tide is a bright aqua blue laced with white glitter in small to large pieces.  Lets get right to the pictures, I think you are going to like this!

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What you see above it two (yes I said two) coats over a base of G&G Stuck on Blu and topped with G&G HK Girl.  I am blown away by how easy this polish was to use.  No fishing for large glitter bits, other than shaking the bottle before application, and the glitter didn’t drag off the nail as others are prone too.  Drying time was on the fast side.  Really fast.  The only issue I had was overhanging glitter which is easy to deal with (just push it back a bit with the polish brush)

These do remind me of the Polka Dots issued last year, just with white glitter instead of black and white.

I picked these up from Boots, where the 3 for 2 was still in effect.  They are on the Boots website, but last time I checked they were not actually ‘live’, they may well be by the time you read this.

Keep popping back this week as I plan on wearing as many of these as I can!  Let me know what you think in the comments.

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Maybelline Color Show Acid Wash Effects – PICTURE HEAVY POST

Hurrah! Finally, after more than a month since I first saw the promotional material for these Maybelline COlor Show Acid Wash Effect polishes, they have LANDED!20140526-153047-55847878.jpg

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20140526-153051-55851660.jpgNaturally, all four came home with me.  Here was go with some quick and speedy swatches.

First up, Lilac Rebel 245.  Three thin coats.  This one is a pale lilac with hints of gray.  Glitter is all matte white and in a number of different sizes (like the Street Art polishes) UPDATE – link to swatches here

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Then we have Mint-Acid-Ittude, 246.  This is a minty green polish with white glitter, again of varying size.  Three thin coats here. UPDATE link to swatches here.

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Thirdly, here is Ripped Tide 247.  A bright aqua blue shade with white glitters.  Again three thin coats. UPDATE link to swatches here.

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Finally, Top Splatter 250.  A completely white glitter top coat.  Glitter is all different sizes and is matte.  Two coats here.

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So there we go.  Finally here.  I think my fave would have to be Ripped Tide.  Will get these on my nails later for better images.

What do you think?  Hit or miss?

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