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Opallac Rose Quartz – Glitter Gel Polish Swatch

Here is the first look at Opallac Rose Quartz’s Glitter Gel Polish Swatch. The last of the trio of new GOLD GLITTERS Opallac Glitter Army collection. Shall we indulge?

 

Opallac Rose Quartz is a sexy Rose Gold glitter gel polish. I looove rose gold polishes, and this is definitely my favourite of the 3! As much as I like the others, I have a thing for Rose Golds… My full thoughts on this are in the review box below, get a load of this baby!

You can see it sits smoothly on the nail despite the glitter pieces, and levels out nicely without bumps – provided you don’t put it on too thick of course. Thin is best with these gels – hot tip if you are newbie. Sorry it was a bit delayed, but I have had hard drive troubles that are in the process of being sorted out.

 

Check out the closer up for the refraction. Here you can see the slight amount of gold particles that also make up this gold polish. A rosy pink base with gold flecks this time are the elements of this polish.

 

It really sparkles and has a nice look in the shadows too which I’ve tried to capture below. Similar finish to the previous Gold Digger which you can read all about here

What do you think of this new glitter shade??

I hope you enjoyed the first look at the Opallac Rose Quartz Glitter Gel Polish Swatch. Swatch Video to come!

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I hope you liked the gel polish swatches from this new collection’s trio.
They will be posted here and on Instagram so go connect with me there if you wish.

 

THE RUNDOWN:

Name: Rose Quartz – available here or at Priceline (AU) online & in select stores
Brand: Opallac
Collection: A Little Spark Collection
Colour (or family): Rose Gold
Type & Finish: ‎Glitter
Size: 7.5ml / 0.25oz

Formula & Application notes:
Opallac Rose Quartz gel polish is more of a foil glitter finish, just like collection partner Gold Digger. It is completely smooth and glossy with the top coat, and the polish itself is rather densely populated – like you’d expect in a regular type of foil or a metallic polish. A rosy pink base with gold flecks this time.

This was 2 coats, but as I said coverage is fairly dense and even though you could probably get away with one coat, for regular wear I still recommend 2 for a complete coverage that looks smooth. Add it in thin to medium layers so you don’t get lumpy cures – this is mainly a tip for the gel newbies. It’s better to add more thinner coats than badly applied thick coats.

This is not the type of gel you can layer over other colours, as it doesn’t have a clear base like White Diamonds. As with the other 3 in this trio, I also recommend shaking the bottle well before application, to properly combine the glitters. This is more of a typical pink, rose gold, but it does have hints of silver particles for shine.

I had no issues with formula. This was my absolute favourite in the bunch and it is the same formula as the one I showed earlier Gold Digger.

The Verdict:
This is really pretty shade that can be worn all year round too. It’s a classy colour, and combines hints of both pinkish rose and silver – would look fantastic with white accenting and some bling. I will do some nail art with this in the near future showing it off in that style. It’s also my favourite of the trio.

Opallac Rose Quartz is a Rose Gold glitter polish base, and last of the trio. This new release features a total of 3 shades of different gold – white and yellow being the other 2. You can see the White Gold “White Diamonds” here and the Yellow Gold “Gold Digger” here.

Dupes/Similar Lacquers:
None spring to mind. But like with the previous gold, the similar finish slightly reminds me of Gilty Party from the Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure line, but that was gold with copper flecks whereas this has silver flecks in rose gold.

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