Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Bio Sculpture Nail Polish in Opal Glacier – Review, Photos, Swatches

Product Breakdown:

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Things have been kind of quiet here on Makeup Utopia for almost a month now – what can I say – life got in the way!

I felt utterly re-inspired when I recently received some absolutely stunning nail mail from Bio Sculpture. Behold: Bio Sculpture Nail Polish in Opal Glacier.

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Opal Glacier is a white-based multi-chrome nail polish that can flash green, blue, purple, pink, orange and yellow depending on the light, and the base polish. It’s designed to be worn alone or layered.

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Here I am wearing 3 coats of Opal Glacier, and to the naked eye it appears completely opaque. It is virtually impossible to capture the effect on camera, but when I’m wearing this polish, I feel like my nails are glowing with a life of their own.

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The lovely team at Bio Sculpture recommend Opal Glacier as a layering polish, as well as a stand-alone polish. I thought I would try a rainbow skittles manicure, frosted with Opal Glacier. I used Mirenesse “Flapper Pash”, Barry M “Bright Purple”, Hello Darling “Klick Blue” and Essie “Navigate Her”.

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Please excuse the crappy cuticles (ugh, renovators hands!), and the slightly dodgy application, but the overall effect was extraordinarily pretty, and elicited many comments from friends and strangers.

Pigmentation:

I was pleasantly surprised at the pigmentation of this polish. When used as a stand alone polish, the first coat is slightly patchy, but the second coat is smooth and even, and probably doesn’t even require a third coat.

Ease of application:

I found the formula of this polish to be smooth and easy to apply, with no pulling or streaking.

Longevity:

I didn’t aqpply a top-coat, and this polish lasted me a good 3 days before noticeably chipping – a pleasant surprise.

What they say:

Bio Sculpture Nail Polish is a fast drying, stable and durable. Our polishes contain double density fluorinated colour pigment to match our Colour Gels and will never need more than two coats. Not wearing Bio Sculpture Gel on your nails? Brighten up your natural nails with Bio Sculpture nail polish. Bio Sculpture nail polishes are available to purchase from Bio Sculpture salons nationwide and are a perfect match to our range of colour gels. All nail polishes are toluene free, DBP and formaldehyde free.

Available from:

Australian distributor information is available HERE.

RRP:

$17.95
This product was provided for editorial consideration. Makeup Utopia has no affiliation with any companies mentioned and has received no remuneration for posting this review. All opinions are those of the author.
Product Breakdown: Things have been kind of quiet here on Makeup Utopia for almost a month now – what can I say – life got in the way! I felt utterly re-inspired when I recently received some absolutely stunning nail mail from Bio Sculpture. Behold: Bio Sculpture Nail Polish in Opal Glacier. Opal Glacier is a ...

Review Overview

Packaging
Pigmentation
Texture
Ease of Application
Longevity

Summary : My verdict: This nail polish was pitched to me as the perfect New Years Eve manicure, and I would have to agree. I plan to wear this polish on it's own for NYE, and layered over a green and red skittles manicure for Christmas. A winner in my eyes.

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