Jessica Glitzy Effects Collection




When I first started this blog in December of 2011, I really didn’t know THAT much about nail polish since my hardcore obsession had just started in early 2011. I was–and still am–completely in love with creme polishes. However, my love for creme polishes did not extend to the magical world of glitter. In fact, I had just as much hate for glitter as I had love for cremes. Looking back at that now, I laugh at myself because now I am a hardcore glitter lover and can’t even forgive myself for not taking advantage of all the amazing polishes that were available when I first started blogging. Oh well! While I have seen the error of my ways when it comes to glitter polish, I will never change my thoughts on chrome-y/frosty polish. Ick times a million, no can do…

Oh yeah, in case you didn’t already know, I am a total Hall & Oates freak.

Now let me show you a new collection of glitter toppers: the Jessica Glitzy Effect Collection. These glitter toppers where a breeze to use, and I had no issues with getting good even coverage. It is important to give them a good shake/roll to make sure the glitters haven’t settled. I used them all on top of Jessica’s newest collection–A Night At The Opera. (If you haven’t checked out my swatches of that amazing collection, you can click here.)

Jessica Star Spangles over Velvet & Pearls 1Jessica Star Spangles over Velvet & Pearls 2Jessica Star Spangles over Velvet & Pearls

Jessica Sparkles over Blue Aria 1Jessica Sparkles over Blue Aria 2Jessica Sparkles over Blue Aria

Jessica Sizzle over Overture 1Jessica Sizzle over Overture 2Jessica Sizzle over Overture

Jessica Razzle Dazzle over Standing Ovation 1Jessica Razzle Dazzle over Standing Ovation 2Jessica Razzle Dazzle over Standing Ovation

Jessica Glam It Up over Prima Donna 1Jessica Glam It Up over Prima Donna 2Jessica Glam It Up over Prima Donna

Jessica Bling In Black over Opening Night 1Jessica Bling In Black over Opening Night 2Jessica Bling In Black over Opening Night

These glitter toppers are pretty fun and you can use them in endless combinations. I think that some of these are going to look amazing over brighter colors. I don’t have too many glitter toppers so these are a welcome addition to my stash. For those of you who have tons of glitter toppers, these may not be that unique, but I definitely think a few of these are too gorgeous to pass up…namely Sparkles. This collection should be available now on the Jessica Cosmetics website so make sure you check them out here. Let me know what you think of this collection–are there any you want to get from this collection? Thank so much for catching up with me today, and I will talk to you soon!


About Jessica:

A global powerhouse, the Jessica brand of nail care from Jessica Cosmetics International is available in more than 35 countries at the finest salons, spas and retailers and at Jessica Vartoughian–founder and creator of Jessica Cosmetics–”The First Lady of Nails” by the New York Times and “Manicurist to the Stars” by Vogue. Her complete colour and treatment line has been designed to promote healthy, beautiful nails.  Make sure that you follow Jessica on Facebook and Twitter for all their latest news.

13 thoughts on “Jessica Glitzy Effects Collection

  1. “In fact, I had just as much hate for glitter as I had love for cremes.” So true!
    Great Odin’s Raven, that video is pure 80s majesty. Oh, you know, just absolutely jammin’ (with some loose choreography) on our fog-machined, soft-focus set with our powder blue-kitted, inexplicably-wearing-sunglasses sax player, as we do. My favorite part is the SWEET mustard and tweed blazers.
    My favorite combination is Sparkles with Blue Aria. 🙂

    1. I love Hall & Oates, but their videos are classic 80’s cheeseballfests. They were actually at the OC Fair (yep, the fair that caused your driving nightmare) but their show was during the week when I was still working at 5 am so I didn’t get a chance to go. Sadness.

      Sparkles and Blue Aria = win

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