Tuesday, 10 July 2012

China Glaze - Ray-Diant - Prismatic Collection


Ray-Diant from the China Glaze Prismatic collection is probably one of the densest glitter polishes I've ever had the pleasure to use. One of six stunning multichrome glitters, it's my first purchase of the lot and I've fallen for it so quickly that I've just pressed purchase on the other five but couldn't wait for their delivery to show you this one.

With pewter and silver micro glitter, pink, green, silver, blue, yellow and red circular glitters, this is the only polish that's ever taken the sting out of me missing out on OPIs Mad as a Hatter from the Alice in Wonderland collection (it haunts my dreams).


Ray-Diant: China Glaze Prismatic
There is no picture that will truly convey to you the sparkle & shine of this polish, I spent a good hour taking pictures and WTFing as I couldn't quite capture its beauty. As for formulation, Ray-Diant is set in a thick jelly so thin coats are need for application but even with one coat, the nail is covered and taking eyes of of heads with ease. Always be sure to use a top coat with a polish like this, the multiple glitters will leave a rough finish but one coat of Seche Vite or similar smoothes that right out and allows every speck to sparkle.

On its own its subtle enough to get away with an office manicure, absolutely it's an ideal pedicure polish but me, being the ridonkulous magpie that I am, couldn't help but try on a coat of my other favourite glitter, Rainbow Connections from the OPI Muppets collection. Wanna see what that looks like?


Rainbow Connections over Ray-Diant. Magpie Nirvana! 


Priced at a hugely reasonable €7.50 for the quality of polish involved, I can't recommend Ray-Diant enough. As I've said I've ordered the rest of the collection and will be sure to let you see just how gorgeous I know they will be once they arrive. 

What think ye? Bling enough?


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