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Orly’s Glitter Collection! How exciting! I want them all, what about you??

Hello!!

I’m sure that most of you have seen  Orly’s Glitter collections. I am so excited for these and I want purchase them all! As you know I LOVE glitter top coats and Orly is coming out with not one, not 2 but 22 different Glitter top coats in their “Flash Glam FX Collection”!

This information was sent to me by Orly  🙂

Flash Glam FX

ORLY’s 2012 Special FX Collection

Maximum glam with full-spectrum shine

 

Add multi-dimensional shimmer with ORLY’s Flash Glam FX Collection – 22 new prismatic lacquers combine chunky glitter shapes for unexpected texture and spectacular shine. Wear alone or create a signature style by layering over favorite ORLY shades. Try glitters over black crème Liquid Vinyl for maximum contrast and head-turning flash.

 

Pro Tip: Flash Glam FX is intended to be used as a layering lacquer. Opt to wear the formula alone using 3-4 coats for full glitter coverage or layer glitters over a favorite ORLY shade. For a smoother finish, seal manicure with a topcoat.

 

The 22 lacquers in the Flash Glam FX Collection include:

 

 

Atomic Splash: Gunmetal Glitter

Be Brave: Purple Holographic Bar Glitter

Cant Be Tamed: Purple w/Gunmetal Glitter

Cupcakes and Unicorns: Pink Shimmer w/Red Bar Glitter

Embrace: Pink Holo Glitter

Go Deeper: Ocean Blue Holographic Glitter

Holy Holo!: Silver Holographic Glitter

It’s A Meteor: Clear Base w/Gold, Silver and Red Glitter

Spazmatic: Electric Blue Glitter

Mermaid Tale: In-House Green Holographic Glitter

Monster Mash: Lime Green Holographic Glitter

Ridiculously Regal: Garnet Glitter

Right Amount of Evil: Orange Holographic Glitter

R.I.P.: Black Jelly Base w/Orange Glitter

Rockets Red Glare: Red Glitter

Sashay my Way: Gold Holographic Glitter

So Go-Diva: Chocolate Brown Glitter

It’s Electric:Blue Bar Holographic Glitter

Sunglasses at Night: Black Holographic Bar Glitter

Too Fab: Gold Glitter

Ultraviolet: Fuchsia Glitter

Watch It Glitter: Bronze   Glitter

 

 

Removal Tip:

 

Since the glitters are impervious to acetone, they may be difficult to remove. ORLY recommends using pure acetone and ORLY’s Pocket Removers to remove the lacquer from the nail. Simply pour acetone into the pocket remover and soak nails for 5-10 minutes. Press the sponge in the Pocket Remover to the nail and then pull the pocket off of your finger. By applying the pressure to the nail this should help to remove any stubborn glitter particles that are left behind.

 

All ORLY Nail Lacquers including the Flash Glam FX Collection are free of DBP, Toluene and all traces of Formaldehyde and Formaldehyde Resin.

 

The Flash Glam FX Collection will be available starting June 2012 for $10 each. ORLY Nail Lacquers and Treatment products are available at orlybeauty.com, Sally Beauty, Ulta and other purveyors of beauty throughout the U.S. and in over 100 countries worldwide.

 

 

Jeff Pink founded ORLY in 1975 with a simple idea: to innovate natural nail care.  By creating leading-edge products and tools designed not only to beautify, but to respond to the needs of salon professionals, ORLY’s beauty experts have redefined nail care and nail fashion.  ORLY’s dynamic color palette includes over 150 Lacquer shades that are completely free of DBP, formaldehyde and toluene.  As much a trendsetter as a nail care innovator, ORLY also introduced the first-ever iconic nail look: the Original French Manicure® and reinvented Lacquer application with the award-winning Gripper Cap™.  ORLY embodies quality that beauty professionals in over100 countries worldwide rely upon.

 

 Which shade are you most excited for? And have you purchased any yet???

I can’t wait to get my hands on that Bar Glitter!!!!!!!!!!!!!

– Megan ❤

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2 Responses to “Orly’s Glitter Collection! How exciting! I want them all, what about you??”
  1. Those definitely have my number. May my wallet shake in sparkly fear.

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