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House of Troubles

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Description Ingredients and Warnings Blogger Reviews
House of Troubles is a blackened pine green jelly with red microglitter and gold shimmer. 2-3 coats recommended. Each bottle contains one or two stainless steel BBs for mixing.
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.

Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Goth Christmas in a bottle October 9, 2015
Reviewer: Elizabeth Wade from Kent, WA United States  
This jelly definitely needs to be built up- I found it mostly done after 2 coats. What I didn't consider was the texture- this dries bumpy like you wouldn't believe. I definitely recommend a coat or two of clear topcoat, to help smooth that. After the first coat, I thought it was a teal jelly with red glitter. But after coat #2 it's very much a dark pine green with red glitter. It's basically Goth Christmas in a bottle. It's just a bit too dark for me to enjoy, so I'll likely be gifting this one out.

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amazing September 25, 2015
Reviewer: brittany d from beardstown, IL United States  
really pretty polish!!

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