This is some wonderful stuff. It beats the Elmer’s Glue that I used because it rocks in clean-up for photos. It lasts just as long, if not a smidge longer than Elmer’s. It has a gorgeous, glossy shine. It dries almost instantly – bonus points!
What I’ve learned while using Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter A-Peel vs Elmer’s Glue.
Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter A-Peel
- High Gloss
- Fast Dry Time
After polish application and top coat application, lifespan is twenty-four, pushing it thirty-six hours if you haven’t applied the glitter thickly. If you have done three coats like I tend to do, I do the swatching first thing in the morning, before I shower. I only say that because Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter A-Peel works exceptionally well when you’ve done thick glitter applications…and I have had glitter polishes come off in the shower while shampooing my hair – long before I could even swatch!
- Matte Finish
- Exceptionally dry slow time
- Pain the butt clean-up
While this was wonderful when I first tried it, the slow drying time and clean-up. Urgh. Frustrating. It is an alternative for when I run out of Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter A-Peel, but for now I don’t have to worry – I have two bottles of Glitter A-Peel.
Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter A-Peel doesn’t peel off or ruin your natural nail, so it’s safe. I’ve been using it for a month straight in swatching glitters. I swatch about 8-10 glitter polishes a week and on two good days, I get 8 done. Two separate applications on both hands. The bottle of Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter A-Peel hasn’t even had 1/4 of the polish used! It goes a long way and I tend to use 2-3 coats as my base.
I blame the fading anesthesia on that silly caption above…After my surgery today, they told me to not drive a car and not post on the internet. Frankly, they should’ve taped my mouth because the stuff that came out right after coming out of anesthesia and on the ride home was pretty offensive…and I was mortified after and was told what I had said.
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