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Aqua Constellation top coat Glow in the Dark nail polish by Comet Vomit

Aqua Constellation top coat Glow in the Dark nail polish by Comet Vomit
When the ancient people of the world looked up into the night sky, it's no wonder they thought they were seeing the gods themselves. It seems like the stars go one forever out there. With this polish, you can experience the wonder of the stars for yourself.

This polish is in my new glow in the dark line that I'm super excited about. This polish is invisible in daytime, but when the lights go out, your nails will light up like the stars! You'll want to wear a top coat over this as the glowing pigment has a slight grit feel on your nails. This can be painted onto bare nails, it's shown above on bare (false) nails, or it can be painted over any color! It's practically invisible over any regular manicure! Over dark colors, you will get more of a speckled, starry night look and over bare nails or light colors, you will get a warmer, more vivid glow!

I'm offering this in green and aqua which is sort of more on the blue end of the green spectrum :). This listing is for aqua!

Holding your nails up to light before you're in the dark will really activate the glow and make it as bright as it can be!

My polishes are 5 free & cruelty free. They generally apply best with 2-3 thin layers topped with a fast dry top coat.
I do my best to accurately represent the colors of my polishes in their photos, however, there may be some differences in the items dues to screen brightness etc. Photos are never altered or filtered to change the colors unless it is needed to more accurately showcase harder to photograph colors. Every bottle is carefully hand-mixed and the best effort is given to consistency of formulas, though some color and distribution of glitters may vary slightly from bottle to bottle. Shake well to help with any settling that may occur during shipping. This polish tends to settle more when I ship it long distances than others. I've started to add a "monster' bead into these bottles which is a larger mixing bead than usual. It seems to really do the trick to redistribute the pigment if yours seems settled upon arrival.

For an easy way to remove glitter heavy polishes try googling the "foil method".

Ingredients: Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose , Acetyl Tributyl Citrate,
Isobutyl Acetate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Adipic Acid / Neopentyl Glycol / Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Silica, Styrene / Acrylates Copolymer, N-Butyl Alcohol,Benzophenone-1, D&C Violet #2, colorants