Our final polish is called Beluga Blizzard. This is the only one from the collection that I wore a base color with. I'm guessing you can get it to full coverage after 3-4 coats but I chose to layer one coat over Milani White On The Spot to save time. It's a great topper and looks awesome over other colors, too. You can see a nail wheel photo of Beluga Blizzard over other base colors on Sea Lore's Facebook Page HERE. I think I'll do some wintry nail art with it this season!
As with the others in this collection, it's a hungry glitter so 2 coats of top coat or the use of Gelous is recommended. It went on easily and is described as a "pearl white iridescent shimmering base with various shades of snow white glitter." The iridescent shimmers looked blue and pink to me in person and I *think* I got them to show enough in one of my pictures for you to see. GORGEOUS complexity to this white glitter polish. I did a beluga whale for my accent nail.
You can see some of the blue iridescent shimmer on my middle and index finger.
Hi there, baby beluga!
What do you think of Beluga Blizzard? When we were at Sea World last winter, we got to see the beluga whales and Hailey loved them! Did you know that they are called "sea canaries" because they sing underwater when they are communicating?
I hope you enjoyed these 5 posts on the new Wintry Friends Collection from Sea Lore! Here is a little picture collage with all of them:
Which are your favorites?
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*This polish was provided for me to review with my honest opinion