Saturday, September 14, 2013

Shimmer Polish Review Part 2: Jennifer

Hello lovelies!
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How is your weekend so far? I meant to post earlier today but I ended up going on a tour of an old asylum near where I live. It used to be Northern State Hospital but is the campus is now used for job corps stuff. NSH was featured on an episode of Ghost Hunters due reported paranormal activity. It was a cool little tour but was more focused on the architecture. I wish it was still open to the public to tour the buildings, I would love a late night scare!

Anyways I wanted to share another Shimmer Polish with you! (If you missed the first two you can check out the post here.) Today's post is featuring Jennifer which is described as:

Light Blue Pastels / Soft Blue, Periwinkle Glitter Polish

I wanted to use a base color that would help showcase the glitters so I used Sinful Colors Island Coral for the undies and I tried out a glitter gradient again. See how it turned out!


Shown is 1-2 coats of Shimmer Polish Jennifer over 2 coats of Sinful Colors Island Coral. I used Julep Nail Therapy for my base coat and topped it all off with HK Girl top coat. Jennifer is beautiful and I love how well she paired with the coral base! I wish I would have started my gradient closer to my tips but I really love how it looks in person! It's like my fingertips were dipped in pot of shimmery goodness!

If you would like to buy Jennifer or any other Shimmer Polishes they are $12 each and can be purchased here:

And to see swatches and keep up with Shimmer Polish happenings go here:

Also don't forget you can request a custom polish for that special woman in your life! (Or for yourself!) ;)

I have 1 more Shimmer Polish that I will show you next week! See you soon!


Brittany Raquel

*This product was provided to me in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.


  1. An asylum?! that sounds awesome!! i always want to go explore abandoned places but usually chicken out/there aren't many around where i live.

    1. There are a few here! I do enjoy it and love ghost stories too! :) I spent a couple weeks in Charleston, SC a few years ago and went on a really cool ghost tour and checked out this old prison that is haunted. It was freaky!