Glisk means to glitter, shine, sparkle, glisten. The multichrome holo polish base is a teal, blue, purple (and on and on) shifting multichrome pigment with holo pigment and holo micro shards and to add a little more something there are shifty blue, purple, red micro glass flecks.
The names of these enchanting polishes are some of the words that remain of old languages and dialects of English in Great Britain Scotland and Ireland used to describe specific and beautiful aspects of landscape, nature, and weather.
Thanks to @gotnail, @pgsnichole, @lacqueredlori & @bostonmerlin10 on Instagram for the beautiful swatches!
Alhambra is a cobalt blue jelly with red to green shifting pigment, silver holo micro shards and small to large sized iridescent flakies. The pigment... View full product details
$ 8.50 $ 10.00
Amatista (Amethyst) is a shimmery purple topper. You can use it over any polish to give it a purple shimmer finish. The pigment used in... View full product details
$ 11.00 $ 12.00
Ammil is used to describe the icy casings of leaves, twigs and grasses when freeze follows thaw. This beautiful holo multichrome polish shifts from blue,... View full product details
Apatito (Apatite) is a shimmery aqua blue topper. You can use it over any polish to give it an aqua shimmer finish. The pigment used in... View full product details