My Spirit Fingers - Snow Miser

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I have a new indie company to show you today! My Spirit Fingers was started by Dona, a mom, to a daughter who has a nail blog (The Painted Piggy) and a lady who has a love for all things glitter (I mean, who doesn't?!). She started out by making school spirit color polishes and it has just taken off. She sent me a lovely glitter top coat to show to you all. 

My Spirit Fingers - Snow Miser

Snow Miser is a clear base filled with matte white micro glitter, medium navy hex glitter and small turquoise hex glitter. It is a beautifully icy polish that is enough to give you chills. 

Left to right: 1 coat, 2 coats, 3 coats

This is three coats of Snow Miser over a clear base coat. It had a smooth application with slight pulling. I did have to do a little dabbing of the hex glitter, but not too much. Dry time was good. Not quick, but it didn't take long. The only downside was the brush. It was thick and slightly bent, which caused for major clean up. However, Snow Miser wasn't difficult to clean up after. Smooth and easy.

Makes me want winter to last longer.

The combination of glitter is so simple, but it works, and it's lovely and very versatile.

To show how versatile Snow Miser is, I had to put it over five VERY different polishes. I normally pick different brands and colors, but I opted to go with one brand this time around.

Left to right: SinfulColors - Irish Green, Ruby Ruby, Moss have, Unicorn and Pink Forever.

As seen above from pinky to thumb.

This is two coats of Snow Miser over three coats of SinfulColors - Irish Green. Irish Green is a sheer, bright neon green jelly. Three coats still shows some VNL, but this combination is to die for! It's preppy and makes me think of Lacoste for some reason. I have no clue why, but it does. But this pairing will definitely be on my nails again!

This is two coats of Snow Miser over two coats of SinfulColors - Ruby Ruby. Ruby Ruby is a bright red jelly. As true of a red as red can be. This pairing is so patriotic it makes me want it to be July already. Then I remember how much I hate summer. At least we don't need a reason to wear a patriotic mani!! 

This is two coats of Snow Miser over two coats of SinfulColors - Moss Have. Moss Have is a pale mossy green metallic. I had to a little unconventional, but I thought the metallic would be a great pairing for an "icy" polish. I really enjoyed this. I was surprised I enjoyed this, even though I picked it out. Snow Miser seems to really like being paired with greens!

This is two coats of Snow Miser over two coats of SinfulColors - Unicorn. Unicorn is a soft, pale yellow creme. Who doesn't love yellow and blue together? can barely see the white micro glitter. They just about blend in. Other than that, it would look lovely on a yellow.

This is two coats of Snow Miser over two coats of SinfulColors - Pink Forever. Pink Forever is a bright, bubble gum pink creme. Pinks and blues will forever go together no matter what. I get really girlie around the pink/blue combination. I really kinda want to do a full mani with this and the Ruby Ruby pairing. You might want to keep an eye out for that at some point.

See what I mean? Versatile! I love a good glitter top coat that can be paired with just about anything. The only downside to Snow Miser was the brush, and I have a feeling I just got a bad brush. We all know it happens. I will definitely not hold it against them. 

My Spirit Fingers just recently opened a Big Cartel shop (see link below), but they will also take orders via invoice and you can email them directly with orders (see email below). They will run you $10 a bottle. I definitely suggest you give them a shot! I was quite impressed with the formula and dry time. A very well rounded polish!

My Spirit Fingers information:
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**This product was provided to me by the manufacturer for my honest review. All opinions are my own.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky   :o)

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