Petites Midnight Frost
How pretty is that? It reminds me of an evening gown with its black base and silver glitter running through it. Though it has the word frost in the name, Petites Midnight Frost is not a frost finish polish. The base is sheer, almost like a jelly polish. The only thing that makes me think frost is the silver glitter that runs through this polish.
The formula for this is thin. It appeared streaky with the first coat, but additional coats evened it out. Because it is sheer I needed 3 coats of polish to get full opacity. I didn’t have issues getting 3 thin coats (other than the streakiness with the first coat I mentioned). It didn’t pull at the layers below. I found the brush easy and comfortable to hold. It does have a round brush head, and my personal preference is for flat brushes. It didn’t give me application issues, however.
I felt it dried reasonably quick for a non-fast dry polish. The glitter had a nice depth to it so that it looked like it was throughout the polish and not just a glittery top coat. Overall I really like this polish. The streakiness with the first coat is common with sheer polishes, and as long as it disappears with subsequent layers I am happy.
Petites Midnight Frost nail polish retails for around $2.99 each for a 0.25 fl oz bottle, and can be found in most drugstores and directly from the CQ cosmetics web site.
Oh, and excuse the stubby nails. I broke my nail recently in the Run For Your Lives zombie infested 5k, and had to start all over. Best reason to do so though!