Starrily Sea Glass

I never thought I can be carried away with a clear based blue glitter. Maybe it’s because of its tealish blue color, or of its glitter shape, but I was enjoying Sea Glass for several days, wearing it non stop :) If you follow me on IG you’ve probably already seen my manicures featuring the polish, and if not, I gathered all 3 of them in this post. Here’s the first nail design that I did using Sea Glass:

Starrily Sea Glass

I applied it over a blue/white base to accentuate the coldness of the shredded blue glitter, and I think I got a perfect winter nail look.

By the way, here’s a bottle shot of the Starrily:

Starrily Sea Glass

Formula wise, I cannot say anything bad about the polish. I definitely don’t have to go fishing for glitter – one coat is enough to give you lovely blingy nails.

For my second nail art I used Sea Glass for a glitter gradient on the tips of my nails.

Blue glitter nails

I applied the glitter over a black gradient to make the blue more vivid, and for the newspaper look I used water decals over naked nails.

Newspaper nails deign with glitter

For the 3rd nail design, I used single glitters to decorate a coloured french nail design:

Starrily Sea Glass

If you liked Sea Glass and if you like colourful glitter polishes in general, you can find plenty of them on Starrily’s official web store here, right now they have a new Valentine’s Day collection there that is worth checking out.
Thank you for reading! :)

6 Comment

  1. I love it! Come to think of it, i dont have many teal glitters at all…. so i see why you love this one!

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Same with me, actually I think it’s my very first teal shredded glitter :)

  2. Really nice! I like all the manicures, but my favourite is number 2 :-)

    1. Mari says: Reply

      Thank you dear! :)

  3. the middle one is my favorite of the three :D

    1. Mari says: Reply

      :) yep, the glitter newspaper nails got more likes on IG than the other two designs :)

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