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Etude House PPK006 Party Lover

Etude House PK006 Party Lover

Etude House Party Lover (PPK006) arrived in my letterbox earlier this week and I couldn’t wait to put it on! It is a mix of blue, pink, and green hex glitters, silver microglitter, and a scattering of silver bar glitter in a sheer light purple jelly base. Some of the silver bar glitters were ever so slightly curled but not enough to produce noticeable reflective curl. I used 6 coats on my ring finger to get it to opacity but the layers were thin and dried fast so application was easy and fairly quick. I decided to layer it over Butter London Yummy Mummy on my middle finger so was able to get away with only 3 coats layered on top though the base colour was completely covered at 2 coats. I decided to add on the third coat to get extra glitter and depth on the nail.

Etude House Dear My Party Nails PPK006 Party Lover

On the rest of my fingers I created a subtle pink to purple gradient by gradually layering on Party Lover at different points on the nail. Party Lover does smell a bit like twink but the smell fades away fairly quickly. I’ve definitely got my eye on a back up bottle! Below is a bonus macro shot of Party Lover, it looks a lot less saturated in the bottle but builds up to a nice lilac on the nail.

Etude House PK006 Party Lover Macro

Other Polishes used:
Index & Pinky: 2-3 coats of Milani Bare In Mind [821] (a peachy pink jelly nail polish)
Thumb: 4 coats of Ozotic 527 (a light pink jelly polish with scattered silver holographic shimmer)
Middle: 2 thin coats of Butter London Yummy Mummy (a light brown creme)

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