Wednesday, 12 March 2014
Review: Rimmel Space Dust
As I have said before, I am a Rimmel girl through and through. From foundation to nail varnish, Rimmel has always been one of my favourite, go-to brands, and that is why I was so excited when they bought out Space Dust just before Christmas.
Until Rimmel Space Dust was introduced, I must admit that I wasn't all that sure how I felt about glittery nail polishes.
You see, what I always found, was that I didn't particularly like the look of regular nail polish finished with a glittery top coat, for some reason it never looked quite right, not to mention the fact that the glitter always seemed to refuse to spread evenly out... I also found, that when I applied the glittery varnish to my naked nails, bare of a colourful under coat, my hands felt just that little bit too plain - perhaps I am just a bit too fussy when it comes to my nails!
When I saw Space Dust advertised online last November, I wasn't too sure what to make of it. It looked perfect, thick and full of glitter, exactly what I has been waiting for - a glitter polish that was made to be worn solo!
Luckily for me, 'Santa', aka my lovely fiancé, brought me a pot of this pretty polish for Christmas, and since trying it out, whilst munching a festive breakfast of smoked salmon and poached eggs, I can honestly say I haven't looked back.
For me, the best thing about this polish is the thickness of it, along with the clever textured formula of glitter used as a base, instead of the usual clear affair. I also, absolutely love the way it is quick and easy to use, how it dries nearly instantly, and amazingly, how without any sort of top coat, it seems to be pretty chip resistant!
Rimmel Space Dust is, most definitely, the answer to my glitter polish prays, as it can be applied straight to naked nails, giving a major, professional looking, wow factor, with just two quick-drying coats!