April 29, 2017

Hello lovelies and happy Monday! So, about my whole plan about getting back into blogging last week? Yeah, as you can tell, that didn’t happen. But, I’m working to get myself back into a routine this week, so hopefully it sticks this time. Anyways, I’m back today to share some more Different Dimension swatches with you guys! So, let’s get to the polish!

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Name: Heaven From Hell

Description: Light blue (almost silvery) holo polish with red (or copper) looking glitter and shimmer.

Release Information:  2017 Road to Polish Con exclusive.

Number of Coats: Two coats.

Topcoat: One coat of Rica’s Glossy Glam.

Formula: This feels slightly on the thicker side, but it applies beautifully and builds to opacity easily.

Dry Time: About ten to fifteen minutes.

Staining: None.

Wear Time: N/A (only worn long enough to swatch.)

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My thoughts: When I first saw this polish in the bottle, I’ll admit that I wasn’t really all that impressed but wow. This beauty is a stunner on the nails! It’s definitely more subdued compared to the other glitter in this post, but it’s still gorgeous. The little copper bits play so well against the blue and silver tones.

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Name: Pier Pressure

Description: Silver holographic glitter with some light green and aqua bits thrown in.

Release Information:  2016 Pretty Nauti Collection.

Number of Coats: Three coats.

Topcoat: One coat of Rica’s Glossy Glam.

Formula: This is definitely on the thicker side because of all the glitter, but that helps it build up to full opacity easily.

Dry Time: About ten to fifteen minutes

Staining: None.

Wear Time: N/A (only worn long enough to swatch.)

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My thoughts: I’ve already talked about this before in my first Different Dimension review, but there is just something magical about her glitters! They always look so shiny and they sparkle so much. Pier Pressure is no expection to that! I especially love the added aqua and green bits.

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Now, onto some the nail art!

nail art, pattern, heaven from hell, silver, nails, nail polish, indie polish, different dimension, polish those nails, glitterWhen coming up with nail art for Heaven From Hell, I wanted to keep it subtle to match the softness of the polish. These patterns from Free Goodies For Designers were the perfect inspiration!

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  1. Start by applying two coats of Heaven From Hell.
  2. Once that’s dry, use acrylic paint and a detail brush to add on the pattern.
  3. Clean up.
  4. Finish with a coat of Glossy Glam.

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Do you know what the worst part about wearing a beautiful glitter polish is? Trying to figure out what art to paint over top of it! I never want to cover up too much of the base, because that means covering up all the sparkles but I also can’t stand wearing just straight up polish. So, this is what I came up with! What is it? I don’t really know haha.

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  1. Start by applying three coats of Pier Pressure.
  2. Then, add a layer of Glossy Glam to help smooth the glitter.
  3. Once that’s dry, use acrylic paint and a detail brush to add on the pattern.
  4. Clean up.
  5. Finish with another coat of Glossy Glam.

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Here are some bottle macros:

Okay, so I have some good news and some bad news. Good news first, Pier Pressure is currently available in the Different Dimension shop (and retails for $10 a bottle.) Now for the bad news, Heaven From Hell is not because it was a limited edition release leading up to Polish Con. Now, I’ve heard rumors that some makers may have had some over-pour bottles that they might be selling, but I’m not sure if Different Dimension was one of them. So, I suggest checking out her social media to find out:

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Also, make sure to check out the previous reviews in my Different Dimension series:

Wish You Were Here & …Dream Within A Dream

Thank you guys so, so much for reading!

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  • Laura-Louise Knowles

    Wow! There’s so much going on in both of these polishes, love them!

  • Queen of Nails 83

    Heaven from Hell is perfect and I’m pissed I missed it.

  • Heaven from Hell is completely unique in my collection.

  • I really like the second nail art you did! You did the perfect job of letting the base shine while still having a fun pattern going on 🙂

  • Both polishes are great! I like them a lot.

  • Gorgeous! You picked great stamping too!

  • Naked Without Polish

    Pier Pressure is beautiful!!