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NOTD: Colorbar Glitterati Top Coat In Disco Gold

There is good bling and then there is BAD BLING... Everyone of us has had those moments when we have been surrounded by the bad bling so much so that all you wanted to do was either throw up or run away to the hills... I know I have! But then there are those good blings too that are subtle and make you want to sing and dance and welcome the festive season with lots of pomp and splendor :)

If you like the good bling, then you must must must check out the new launches from Colorbar... They are the Colorbar Glitterati Top Coat. Available in two shades Retro Silver and Retro Gold, they add a little dazzle to your nails and brigs out the fashionista in you...


Price:
It costs INR 350/- for 15 ml.

Availability:
Available at all Colorbar exclusive stores.




Do you think I should get the Silver one too ;)

P.S. Product sent by PR for consideration. However, my review is honest and is in no way biased.

Comments

  1. I was excited when I saw the bottle, but I wish it were glitter nailpolish instead. The price would almost sense then.

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    1. I meant packed with glitter, not a top coat. This gives a jaundice effect, no? Or I would have gotten the gold one! Maybelline makes a silver glitter polish. With fine glitter, try that also if u haven't already.

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    2. ha ha yeah it is a top coat and yup i would have loved it more if it was a nail polish ;) but nope this doesn't give a jaundiced effect... on the ring finger i have applied this on a yellow nail polish but on the others its just the top coat... try it out... i am now contemplating getting the silver one ;)

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  2. I was thinking of getting it, but it's pretty expensive..
    It would look better over a dark nail polish u guess..

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    1. yup it is a bit on the expensive side isn't it? but yeah it would look prettier on a darker shade of nail polish... maybe i'll do another NOTD with this.. what say? :)

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  3. Looks great...But a bit expensive no??? but using it only as a top coat, can be used may times

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