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Divine Curse



 
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"'Tears unnumbered ye shall shed; and the Valar will fence Valinor against you, and shut you out, so that not even the echo of your lamentation shall pass over the mountains. On the House of Feanor the wrath of the Valar lieth from the West unto the uttermost East, and upon all that will follow them it shall be laid also. Their Oath shall drive them, and yet betray them, and ever snatch away the very treasures that they have sworn to pursue. To evil end shall all things turn that they begin well; and by treason of kin unto kin, and the fear of treason, shall this come to pass. The Dispossessed shall they be for ever.'"

Inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion

Divine Curse has a sheer purple-brown base packed with copper, gold and green shimmer, red flecks, and black flakes that flash purple. Opaque in three coats. Each bottle contains one or two stainless steel BBs for mixing.
Directions
Always start with a base coat to extend the life of your manicure and reduce the risk of staining. Apply the recommended number of thin coats, waiting for a few minutes in between. Paint over the tips of your nails to form a seal. Finish with a quick-dry topcoat such as Out the Door or Seche Vite. For bumpy glitter polishes, you may need more than one coat of topcoat for a smooth finish.

To keep your nails and cuticles healthy, we recommend a cuticle balm such as Indigo Bananas!

Three-/four-/five-free polishes may settle over time (a layer of clear liquid will form at the top of the bottle). A good shake should redistribute the pigments completely.

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Grape purple jelly with freckles October 9, 2014
Reviewer: Elizabeth Wade from Seattle, WA United States  
No matter how many coats of Divine Curse I put on, it's more grapey than in the blogger review photos. Fine by me- I prefer purple to dark grey.
It has copper/green/gold/red shimmer, depending on the light, and purple-black flakes in there that add freckle depth. It's an interesting color, especially with the color flare shine, and lasted a reasonable amount of time with a top coat (and base).

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