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Hey guys! Hope you all had a lovely weekend :)

Today I have another Glitterati polish to share with you, and honestly, I haven't even tried them all properly yet... but I think this one may be my favourite!
Introducing... Fashion Icon!



I love it so much that I feel like pictures just don't do it any justice what-so-ever! It's a beautiful shade of purple with the Glitterati's gelly-like formula with loads of swimming glitter.


Oh, and it has this beautiful blue sheen to it in some lights, making it more of a 'blurple' than a purple. I think that is what makes the polish so amazing for me!



As with the last Glitterati that was featured- Catwalk Queen- the polish needed 3 coats, and was smooth to touch. 
There is one teeny weeny drawback though (let's face it, there always is...). The removal of the polish is not amazingly easy. Yes, it's a glitter polish, so it's going to take some work. It doesn't take forever to remove, but if you're looking for a quicker sparkle-removal, you need to look at Barry M's textured glitters/OPI's liquid sand polishes. Apart from that though, consider there are 3 coats of glitter on my nails, I'm very impressed with how it removes. It's just the right amount of scrubbing before you think "urgh, not worth the effort."
And trust me, this colour polish is definitely worth the little bit of removal-effort.


You can grab ahold of this polish and be a Fashion Icon too at Superdrug stores and BarryM.com for only £3.99!

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  1. Goodness, its much more sparkly on the nail than I had thought. Its stunning!

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    1. It's soooo sparkly you have no idea!! It really is stunning<3

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  2. Wow it looks amazing I'm definitely going to buy this one!!

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    1. Yay! Let me know what you think when you get it! :D

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