Monday, May 26, 2014

CinaPro Nail Sugar

**The featured product in this post was given to me by a friend. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

A few weeks ago, a friend sent me a box of goodies! This beauty was one of the ones in there. It was so much fun, it had to be the first one I showed off! CinaPro Nail Sugar in Hyperactive. I don't see it on their website, so I think it's only something you can get at a store (not sure where she got it excatly though). Yeah, just a basic lime green glitter to you. Come see what I see though...

Hyperactive is a mixture of lime green holographic hexes in different sizes in a slightly tinted base. This is one coat of Hyperactive over a dark purple shimmer. Easy to work with, no glitter placement, no fishing for glitter. It's a great glitter top coat! I didn't know the base was tinted until I put it on and it changed the color of the purple polish I had on. I was really looking forward to the color combination, but honestly, I'm digging the color that the purple becomes! 

The coolest part about the bottle is something I didn't notice until right before I went to do my swatch. There's a button on the lid. That connects to a light. Helps you see exactly where you're applying polish. I was surprised how much I actually loved the little novelty piece!

So much fun!! I'm not sure how much this polish is, but if you ever come across this line, definitely grab one and give it a try. The glitter had a great formula, not sure how the rest of the polishes are, but definitely worth a shot!!

This swatch was topped with Magpie Shine top coat ($7) and I used Sweet Nectar cuticle oil ($6) to hydrate my cuticles. Both from A Girl Obsessed.

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**The featured product in this post was given to me by a friend. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky :o)


Ananka said...

What a gorgeous glitter topper! Looks really good on the base. Hehe I like the light!

Gayl Killough said...

I think the LED light is to help set the polish too.

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