piCture pOlish White Wedding


This polish.

*SIGHS* Has been on my LEMMING list for quite awhile. I’ve been wanting a white sparkly polish FOR-EVER, and I finally bit the bullet and bought this baby. I’m SO glad I did because it’s spectacular. This is my VERY FIRST piCture pOlish, and I definitely love this baby! The bottle is SO cute. The story behind White Wedding is this:

White Wedding was created with Leah Ann from Llarowe forms part of our Collaboration collection.  Does Leah Ann fancy rockers from the eighties?  She asked for a ‘platinum white with rainbows’ and then advised it would be called White Wedding. White Wedding is not a holo, not a mulit chromatic and not a glitter.  It has a mystery effect that is just magical (you will not see it in our photo) so you really need to see White Wedding in person!

I encourage you to click the images to get a good look at this pretty!!

Here’s a close-up look at this beauty!

So, what is this mystery effect, you ask? It’s pretty much an opalescent trapped in white. If you look really closely, you can actually see a rainbow of colors. It’s not a holo for sure, and it’s not glitter, either, just like it says above. Do you need this? Yes. Why? Because it’s super unique. The only complaint I have is that it was a little thick and applying it wasn’t dreamy. I used really thin coats to get the perfect manicure, and I used a good top coat (HK Girl) for a beautiful finish. I’m really glad I grabbed this baby. I really am. Honestly, I’m still wearing it, and I can’t stop staring at my nails up close. Love the miniscule rainbow I spy when staring at it up close. It’s also pretty blinding in the sun! So pretty!

You can find it at Llarowe’s website since she’s the creator behind White Wedding (that’s where I grabbed it!) and you can also find it directly at piCture pOlish’s website (under Collaboration shades!).

What do you think about White Wedding? Is this something that excites you or are whites not your thing?


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