After my post last week about the milky glitter polish I bought from pa (click here for all the details about this Japanese beauty brand, including swatches of the polish I purchased), I though I would go back to the store where I bought this polish and get some pics of the other five milky glitters in this collection. Hopefully this will help you determine if these are worth the hunt!
Before I get into the pics, I want to let you know that tomorrow I'll be doing a "milky-glitter round-up" type of post with more drugstore alternatives, in case you're like me and currently obsessed with milky glitters.
As you can see, the milky glitters are on the top shelf of the display, followed by the chromes, iridescent jellies, and so many glitters it would make your head spin (more on that in bit).
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Pink, nude and white milky glitters (click here for my swatches of the white polish)
hot pink, orange and blue (sold out) milky glitters
And here is just a fraction of the glitter polishes in this display:
It's hard to make out in my photo, but the glitter polish with the yellow stars also contains teeny tiny holographic bar glitter. I really wanted it, but I restrained. Other glitter combos in this display contain large glitter pieces shaped like hearts, moons, stars, butterflies and other adorable things. They also have glitters in more opaque bases (second row in the pic above) and in a lot of those polishes, the glitter pieces are circles (not hexagonal), which I love. Really, it's enough to make me dizzy and very confused whenever I think about getting a new pa glitter. It's just too difficult to decide.
On the bottom row there are more jellies---lots and lots of jellies from pa. In fact, they seem to make very few super-opaque polishes, which is absolutely fine by me since we can find those so easily in US drugstores!
By the way, if you're in San Diego and you stop by Marukai Living, in addition to the pa polish display, they also have a brand new Konad section with lots of plates, polishes, stamping sets and nail art pens. And they have a newly-restocked L.A. Colors Dotting Tool kit display (for just $3.98!) as well as lots of other L.A. Colors makeup (actually, go next door to the Marukai Value dollar store for an L.A. Colors makeup and nail selection that will blow your mind). Oh! And remember that Kiss Gradation manicure set I showed you a couple weeks ago? They have tons of adorable Japanese versions with teeny tiny bottles of polish (lots of jellies and glitters). Super cute. And of course don't skip the makeup aisle and their extensive collection of both Korean and Japanese BB creams.
Do you own any pa polishes?