Friday, 18 April 2014

Girly Bits Go and Shake a Tower

This is the third of 3 Girly Bits polishes I bought from Rainbow Connection a couple of months ago. I love Rainbow Connection as Annette makes it easy for us to buy foreign polishes without all the stress of overseas postage! Not quite sure why this beauty had to wait to so long to be worn, but here in all it's glory is Go and Shake a Tower, another spoonerism, like Lack of Pies. And like Lack of Pies, this is also a holographic multi-chrome and it is stunning.
It painted on nicely, I have used 2 coats here and top coated it. The main colour I'd say is a dark blue, then it moves through purple, teal and then a bronze tone and ultimately, in low levels of light, red! All with a gorgeous holographic shimmer which softens the whole effect and a makes this polish extremely wearable. The thing about multi-chromes is you can't help just sitting flexing your fingers and watching the colours change!!! The red was a real surprise, I just went through to another room, barely lit, looked down at my nails and there they were, red and then tinged with green and gold. No way I could capture it on camera, the flash lit the nail up and it was back to blue again, no flash and it was too dark to pick anything up at all. You'll have to buy it and see for yourself!
Well, as you can imagine I've taken loads of pics, but I've been very strict and only posted a few here, but this is lovely, and I particularly like how well it goes with my heathery blue purple cardigan :)
Girly Bits Go and Shake a Tower
Girly Bits Go and Shake a Tower
 Girly Bits Go and Shake a Tower
   Girly Bits Go and Shake a Tower
 Girly Bits Go and Shake a Tower
 Girly Bits Go and Shake a Tower
 Girly Bits Go and Shake a Tower

2 comments:

  1. Wow this is so gorgeous! I'd be staring at this all day if I wore it, I love the colour shift it looks fabulous! I hope you have a lovely Easter! <3 xx

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    1. thank-you! Hope you had a great Easter too!

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