|Wet n Wild School of Pyrotechnics over black and white stamp and China Glaze Frostbite, sunlight|
You may have figured out already that I have a love of all things glitter. That's why when I heard about the Wet n Wild limited edition polishes School of Pyrotechnics and Stars and Stripes, I knew I had to have them. I searched for a long time before finally running into them, and I am really glad I did. Wet n Wild School of Pyrotechnics is a rainbow glitter that's unique in the kinds of colors it features. Learn more details about School of Pyrotechnics, and about how my mani look emerged, after the jump!
|1 coat of Wet n Wild School of Pyrotechnics over stampicure featuring OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls and Wet n Wild Black Creme|
So Wet n Wild School of Pyrotechnics was part of one of the many limited edition collections that Wet n Wild puts out over the course of a year. This time, the Sparks and Stripes collection was for the 4th of July holiday and also featured repackaged Spoiled glitters-Jewelry Heist, Shuffle the Deck and Pet My Peacock. School of Pyrotechnics was a new polish, though it is definitely reminiscent of another popular Wet n Wild polish, Party of 5 Glitters.
The glitters in School of Pyrotechnics differ from those in Party of 5 Glitters because they are mostly lighter colors. SoP includes: red, lavender, gold, a light turquoise blue, and a light emerald green color. You can check out this link to Nouveau Cheap where she includes a bottle by bottle comparison between Po5G and SoP to see the differences for yourself.
|Wet n Wild School of Pyrotechnics over black and white stampicure. Sometimes, the best manis emerge after a series of missteps ;)|
The color combination in SoP made it really hard for me to settle on a manicure. I tried the glitter over all kinds of colors but found that no matter which color I chose, one of the glitters in the mix would be camouflaged. Finally, I asked a friend for suggestions and she mentioned black and white. Later on, when I saw a cute black and white zebra stamp in a picture, I had my solution. Unfortunately, I never found my own zebra stamp, but this diagonal stripe one was cute. I also liked the idea of a really bright color on the accent nail, and China Glaze Frostbite is a favorite that worked well in this look. Anyone can probably guess that I'm not a talent in the stamping department, but, luckily, the glitter smoothes over the imperfections. So just in case you're curious, here are the polishes this manicure features.
OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls
Wet n Wild Black Creme
China Glaze Frostbite
Wet n Wild School of Pyrotechnics