Sunday, July 22, 2012

glitter sandwich me, already!

Good evening everyone!

Today I have a layering post that almost doesn't look like layering. It kinda looks like a polish all on its own! An indie polish, even.
I'll start with the final product and work backwards to show you how it was done.

Can you guess what polishes came together to create this look? I had some polish friends on Facebook try to guess, and it took a while before anyone figured it out!

It's really an easy glitter sandwich... With a super unique look. I dig it!

It started with two coats of China Glaze - Under The Boardwalk.

I then added 2 coats of the ultra-blingy OPI - Crown Me Already!

Add another very thin coat of Under The Boardwalk and this is what you get.
All the tiny glitter in the sandwich looks really cool and speckley, and the big pieces are cool of course, although I should have tried to get more on my nails.

Well, what are you waiting for? Glitter sandwich yourself, already!


  1. Under the boardwalk is stumnning! xx

  2. Lové this ! I must get my hands on some more jellies !

  3. I'd never have guessed this was a China Glaze if I saw a picture of it, it's so OOMPH! (makes perfect sense in my head :D) It's gorgeous. x

  4. My first thought was indie when I saw this! haha

  5. Oh cool! I like how it made Crown Me Already look like a lighter shade of the polish. I have Crown Me Already and should try this with some more opaque polishes!

  6. What a great idea for a glitter sandwich! super pretty rebecca :)

  7. Love this...I had not even thought of trying to use any of the neons in sandwitching...thanks for this idea - going to do that next on toes - I am getting burnt out on my neons and this is a good way to change them up.

  8. That purple is gorgeous! I've been meaning to do a glitter sandwich manicure and this is definitely making me want to do one this week.

  9. I suck. I've yet to do my first glitter sammy. I guess since I own this polish now I really have no excuse =P This does look like a really cool indie polish!