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I have a 6 piece collection to show you today!  3 of the shades will be fairly familiar to you, but 3 are exclusive glitter mixes that will not be available in stores!  Want to know how to get your hands on them?  Read on for details!

First we’ll go through the Nail It! Magazine exclusive shades.

Glam Glitter

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Glam Glitter is Christmas in a bottle.  This is a mix of green, red and gold hex glitters in various sizes in a clear base.  I used 1 coat over Sugar Cube.

Glam Glitter side

Glam Glitter CU

Christmas Cookie

Christmas Cookie

Christmas Cookie is a mix of red, green and white matte glitters in small hexes and medium circle glitters.  I used 2 coats over China Glaze Out Like A Light.  This needed a little fishing to get the larger dots out.

Christmas Cookie side

Christmas Cookie CU

Snowed In

Snowed In

Snowed In is the 3rd and final exclusive glitter in the pack and quite possibly my favorite.  It’s like a snowstorm on my nails!  Snowed In is a mix of white hex glitters in various sizes and silver holographic micro glitters mixed in.  I used 1 coat over China Glaze Well Trained.

Snowed In side

Snowed In CU

Sugar Cube

Sugar Cube

This isn’t the first time you’ve seen Sugar Cube on my blog.  This is a perfect white creme and I adore it.  I used 2 coats for these photos.

Sugar Cube side

Sugar Cube cu

He’s With Me

He's With Me

He’s With Me is a red jelly base packed with red micro glitter which make it sparkle and come to life.  I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

He's With Me side

He's With Me CU

Champagne Toast

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Champagne Toast is a year round stunner.  This is a clear base packed with gold holographic micro glitters.  I used 1 coat over China Glaze All Aboard.

Champagne Toast side

Champagne Toast CU

Overview

This is a really nice Holiday Collection.  I had a little trouble with Christmas Cookie and had to fish a bit for glitters, but it wasn’t awful.  The whole collection is perfect for the season!

Nail It! Magazine Giveaway Information

First off, you can find Sugar Cube, He’s With Me and Champagne Toast in Walmart now – so even if you don’t win, you can still snag those 3!

Glam Glitter, Christmas Cookie & Snowed In were exclusively mixed for Nail It! Magazine.  Salon Perfect & Nail It! Magazine have teamed up to give away 250 of these 6 piece sets between now and November 30th.

Go to NailItMag.com for your chance to win!

Remember, 3 of these shades will ONLY be available through this giveaway, so enter if you want your chance at them!

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I’m Lisa, a 36 year old mother of one energetic little boy. I live right outside of San Francisco with my son and my boyfriend. I work full time in an accounting office during the day and as a beauty blogger at night.

14 Comments

  1. hii, so, christmas cookie don’t still available on walmart??? :S

    • Hi Karen! Christmas Cookie will not be available at Walmart. In this post, only Sugar Cube, He’s With Me and Champagne Toast will be at Walmart

  2. These look fantastic! I really love Christmas Cookie despite the need for fishing. Glam Glitter makes me think of the classic China Glaze Party Hearty!

  3. I love all of the glitters but especially Snowed In. It seems even better than some of the larger brands.

  4. These are some nice Christmas colors! The Walmarts near me though are always ransacked. I think they might not ever actually stock polishes, just leave a bunch of random ones lol

  5. The last one reminded me of China Glaze Golden Enchantment that I always struggle to use! I really like the first and third glitter and that gorgeous red! Now this is an amazing Christmas collection imho and it’s sad I have no chance to put my hands on it!

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