Thursday, August 20, 2015

Pure Ice Heartbreaker, Free Fall, and Last Chance

(Pure Ice polishes were sent for review)
I have a few Pure Ice polishes to show you all today.  First up is Pure Ice Heartbreaker.  Heartbreaker is a lovely sky blue with a green undertone.  I used three thin coats here.
I added white French tips with Pure Ice Platinum Magic Base Coat.  This polish was part of a duo.  You can see my review here.  I also used Platinum Magic Base Coat to stamp on a lacey design.  The stamping plate is Born Pretty Store plate BP-L020.    
Next up is Pure Ice Free Fall.  Free Fall is a beautiful medium pink polish with a blue/purple undertone.  It is highly pigmented.  I used two coats here, but I probably could have used just one.  
I added black French tips with Salon Express Nail Art Paint in black.  I also stamped using Salon Express Nail Art Paint black and Born Pretty Store plate BP-L020.  
Finally I have Pure Ice Last Chance.  Last Chance is a deep purple.  Like, Free Fall, this polish is highly pigmented and I could have used only one coat.  For my manicure, I used two coats.  
I added a flowery/snowflake stamp to this look using Pure Ice Silver Mercedes (I believe it is now called Silver Star) and Born Pretty Store plate BP-L020.  
I really love these colors.  My girls wore them as well and got a lot of compliments.  Their nails really stood out.  Pure Ice has always been one of my favorite brands.  They offer great quality nail polishes for a low price.  You can find Pure Ice nail polish for $2 a bottle at Wal-Mart.
(Pure Ice polishes were sent for review)

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