L-R: Rainbow, Vanilla Ice, Holographic
Just thought I'd show you some GOSH sparkly polishes I bought when they were on 3 for 2 a few weeks ago (making it £10 for these 3 polishes in total). All of these are pictured without basecoat or topcoat, just call me a rebel!
GOSH Holographic 549
- Application takes a bit of practice - it has a tendency to drag pretty badly. The bottle suggests for best results to use GOSH 565 Fix Base Coat but I don't own this so I didn't!
- 3 coats got rid of any baldy spots
- As with most holos, this badboy dries quickly
- Chiptastic and the surface almost scratches away after a few days....I still love it though, and even though it's high maintenance (like the best of us) it looks so nice!
GOSH Rainbow 546
- Yellow toned clear polish with light red/pink flakies - reminds me a little of Sally Hansen Hidden Treasure
- In the pic below it's shown over Leighton Denny Monroe - it was hard to tell the flakieness without a base colour, it's a good layering polish but a bit wishywashy on it's own
- Doesn't feel too bumpy
- Application is straightforward enough - two coats over a base colour gives good impact
GOSH Vanilla Ice 539
Not much to say about this, it's a sheer (check out my nail staining, lovely!) frost with very fine glitter and it looks as it should. Probably another layering polish I think. No application issues.