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Glitter Daze in “La Santa Muerte” from The Goddess Collection Review and Swatch

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Four coats of Ciate Big Yellow Taxi and two coats of Glitter Daze La Santa Muerte.

I wanted to do separate posts for the Goddess Collection because I took so many pictures of all of the swatches so it was easier for me to pick out the photos that I liked the best for each polish.Β  I believe that

La Santa Muerte

Aphrodite

Aurora

Iris

Selene

are just the first round of The Goddess Collection and I can’t wait to see what Glitter Daze is going to come out with next. Sana is always creating and coming out with new polishes.

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Four coats of Ciate Big Yellow Taxi.

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Four coats of Ciate Big Yellow Taxi.

I used Ciate Big Yellow Taxi as my undies for this swatch because I thought that this yellow nail polish would look fabulous under Glitter Daze’s La Santa Muerte and I was right. πŸ™‚

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Four coats of Ciate Big Yellow Taxi and two coats of Glitter Daze La Santa Muerte.

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Four coats of Ciate Big Yellow Taxi and two coats of Glitter Daze La Santa Muerte.

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Four coats of Ciate Big Yellow Taxi and two coats of Glitter Daze La Santa Muerte.

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Four coats of Ciate Big Yellow Taxi and two coats of Glitter Daze La Santa Muerte.

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Four coats of Ciate Big Yellow Taxi and two coats of Glitter Daze La Santa Muerte.

Description:

I’m going to post Glitter Daze’s description on La Santa Muerte because it’s perfect:

La Santa Muerte is a sacred figure in the Mexican culture and is a feminine personification of Death, which has traditionally been respected and honored by the Aztec culture. This polish was inspired by Dia De Los Muertos, which is a popular Mexican holiday. La Santa Muerte is comprised of pink and white hearts which symbolize love for deceased family, yellow flower glitter which represents the marigolds that are typically placed on the alters, multisized black and white glitter to represent the duality of death, as well as multi colored glitters which represent the colorful fiestas that take place on this holiday.

La Santa Muerte is my FAVORITE polish from Glitter Daze’s The Goddess Collection! It’s a gorgeous mix and it really does represent The Day Of The Dead. I love the mix of pastel, metallic and matteΒ  glitters.

Pastel Glitters:

Pink hearts

White hearts

Yellow flowers

Yellow hex

Pink hex in two sizes

Red hex in two sizes

Metallic Glitters:

Teal hex

Light green hex in two sizes

Purple hex

pink hex

Matte Glitters:

White hex in three sizes

Black hex in two sizes

Now that’s a lot of different glitters!! It’s beautiful and you can use it over any color nail polish and it will still look good. I swatched it before over white and over pink and it looked perfect, but I liked these pictures better.

Formula:

The formula goes on smooth and dries fast. The first two times that I swatched the polish, I had to go fishing for the glitter that I wanted. However now that there is less lacquer, when I open the bottle and take out the brush there is no problem picking up a load of glitter, there was even a heart and a flower on the brush, no need to fish. So if you like a touch of glitter this polish works for you and if you want a bunch of glitter you just have two wait a little bit. πŸ™‚ No big deal, it’s still my favorite πŸ™‚

Price:

$10.00 for a 14 mL Bottle and $5.50 for a 7 mL Bottle

Where to purchase:

GlitterDazenp.com

Find Glitter Daze on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/GlitterDaze

She is having a HUGE giveaway! So make sure to head over and check it out πŸ™‚

– Megan ❀

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Comments
2 Responses to “Glitter Daze in “La Santa Muerte” from The Goddess Collection Review and Swatch”
  1. lydia says:

    oh how beautiful!

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