Hell House Halloween Glitter by GlitterLambs.com Red and Black
Hell House Halloween Glitter by GlitterLambs.com Red and Black
Hell House Halloween Glitter by GlitterLambs.com Red and Black

Hell House

H-1030

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Hell House. A red and black Halloween glitter mix.  Comes in a 5 gram bag, not a jar. The color will bleed immediately when used with a top coat for nails. However, I will say, that if you mixed this in a suspension base and then swatched it very quickly onto a nail it looks like a Scary Gory blood bath with glitter. Might be cool if you can work with it. But just be aware. I have not tested it with resin. The color seems to hold in water so it might possibly work with snowglobe tumbler cups but I am not 100% on this one. Please conduct your own testing before using in final project. See how big a 5 gram bag is at this link: click here

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Love these

It is simply amazing my only problem is I wish she sold bigger jars lol

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Use a water based top coat

This glitter is a pretty mix of hexagon black and red glitter with small red metallic flecks. In the description it says that it will bleed if you use a top coat, but when I used the Smudge Fre top coat from Maniology (which is water based) I didn't have any bleeding. The trick is to float the top coat over the glitter for minimum bleeding. Just thought I'd share in case someone wants to do nail art with this glitter!


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
100%
(2)
0%
(0)
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a
angelic vernacchio
Love these

It is simply amazing my only problem is I wish she sold bigger jars lol

A
A.
Use a water based top coat

This glitter is a pretty mix of hexagon black and red glitter with small red metallic flecks. In the description it says that it will bleed if you use a top coat, but when I used the Smudge Fre top coat from Maniology (which is water based) I didn't have any bleeding. The trick is to float the top coat over the glitter for minimum bleeding. Just thought I'd share in case someone wants to do nail art with this glitter!