Different Dimension Ghost of Jupiter (3 coats)
Hi guys! So I got food poisoning last week. I had all intentions to blog, but it's really hard to do that with all that comes with food poisoning. On the bright side, I'm doing better and I'm ready to blog! Tonight I have a polish from the Different Dimension Intergalactic Collection called Ghost of Jupiter. Do you know what the Ghost of Jupiter is? It's a planetary nebula in the constellation Hydra which was discovered by the German astronomer William Herschel. Why can't you learn something new while painting your nails? I'm a little disappointed with my photos to be honest. I just don't think I really did this polish justice. It's such a dazzling color, but it just doesn't come across that way. At the same time, I'm my own worst critic.
With that aside, Ghost of Jupiter is silver holographic glitter polish with iridescent red to green shifting glitter in a clear base. This one is packed with glitter, so you can easily get full opacity without a base color. That said, it's definitely a thicker polish to apply. I didn't find the need to apply thinner, but you may need to, depending on your formula preference. I used 3 thinner coats for the photos above, but if you have shorter nails or use a heavier hand, you should be able to get away with 2. You may want to swipe the ends a few extra times since that's where I find I get some bald spots. Overall, this is such a gorgeous polish, and I don't think I have anything quite like it.
This is still for sale on the Different Dimension website, and it retails for $11. If you don't want to miss out on anything Different Dimension, make sure to follow them on their website, Facebook, or Instagram pages.