Hey There Polished People!
I recently got back from my road trip and now it’s time for my summer job to start. For the summer I work at a parks program where I run activities for kids from toddler-aged to highschool-aged and also serve prepared lunches at noon. It’s a pretty fun job, and I like being outside all summer, but the beginning of the summer especially is a little hectic and stressful. It starts today so as I type this up Sunday night, I’m not feeling all too chatty. This is a good thing actually because I have approximately a bazillion photos of this polish to share with you, so… let’s get to it!
Ninja Polish Mystic Glacier
I’m not even going to label all the different light levels because there are just so many ways that this polish changes depending on the lighting.
Ninja Polish Mystic Glacier is a blueish jelly with lots of shimmer particles. The shimmer particles seem to shift between a fire-y copper-type color and turquoise-green. The blue jelly shifts colors as well, sometimes looking quite dark, and sometimes looking sheer and icy. As you can see in the pictures, the combination of the shifty shimmer and the shifty jelly base make this polish an absolute chameleon. Sometimes it’s that dark blue (like the first picture) with the coppery/gold shimmer, then it’s a purple color around the edges and blue/green in the middle, then you look and the whole nail is the most perfect Caribbean sea blue. Mystic Glacier is a fitting name because it does look like, well, a Mystic Glacier. 😉
Excellent. No problem with application, wear was good, I have no complaints at all. The polish dries a little satin-y, similar to a neon, so you’ll want some shiny topcoat, but who doesn’t use topcoat anyway?!
Yes, Please! or No, Thank You:
Yes, Please! You should definitely beg, borrow or steal to get your hands on this polish. Alright, well maybe hold off on the stealing cuz I doubt you can paint your nails in jail and wouldn’t that just be ironic? Seriously though, I would definitely save some of your nail polish budget and buy this next time it’s in stock on the Ninja Polish site. I have never seen anything quite like it and it’s really so fun to wear that you will never regret this purchase. If you do buy it, make sure to wear it for a couple of days at least so you can see all the different transformations in all the different types of light.
I first saw this polish on Lacquer Me Silly and after seeing Frosso’s pictures I knew I had to have it. I am so glad I picked it up. Thank you sincerely Frosso, for the totally righteous enabling. I hope everyone enjoyed my pictures of Mystic Glacier! Let me know in the comments if you’re as in love with it as I am, or if for some freakish reason this is just not your cup of tea (kidding about the “freakish” bit, but only a little). As always, thank you all for reading and till next time- Happy Polishing!! 🙂