Kure Bazaar has a 15 strong brand new glitter range that’s absolutely beautiful. I always think it’s extraordinary that nail polish can be made from ingredients such as wheat, cotton, potatoes and corn but this one is – 85% of its formula is just that. As you can see, they’re multi-tonal glitters and super light-catchy (I’m wearing the silvery one, Stella, now).
The three shades I have are Stellar, as mentioned, Pigale, which is the red one, and bronze, rose gold toned Venise. Better still, Kure has also launched a peel off base so if you’re like me and really hate the process of taking off glitter polish, there’s a no hassle option. I haven’t actually put this to test yet (mainly because I thought it was a white polish until I read the small print) but in general, peel off bases and glitter are always good friends.
As you can see above on the nail wheel, you can go for a light coat of twinkles over another colour or you can really build up to mega-glitter nails. The glitters are tiny pieces – there aren’t any chunks in the mix so they go on smoothly. Kure is one my favourite polish range for the absolute creaminess of application; they’ve hit on a formula that’s really just right.
Kure Bazaar Glitters are launching at Fortnum & Mason today, but there’s a selection available already on Flourish Beauty HERE. They’re £15 each.
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