Creative Cuticles Nail Polish: Nebula Review

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I’ve been drooling over this polish for a while, and couldn’t wait to get it on my nails once it came in.  It’s Creative Cuticles Nail Polish Nebula.  I’ve seen a lot of galaxy inspired nail polishes, but to me, this is the best looking one, and really invokes the look.

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This is the soon to be retired bottle, since they have been discontinued by the manufacturer, so if you order Nebula it may come in a different bottle.  Here are a few macro shots of the polish in the bottle.

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With the holo, and different colors of glitter it really turns into a multi dimensional look through the black jelly base.

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Sun:

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I’ll be posting a short video on my Instagram this weekend to show how it sparkles as well.  I did my accent finger over the discontinued silver polish, Mr. Fix It, to show how you can either layer it by itself, or top another color with it.

Under LED:

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This polish had an average dry time, and was thinner than some other jellies I’ve used, but it made it easier to apply, and was very even.  I did three layers by itself, and just one over Mr. Fix It.

Products used: Dainty Digit Polish Glitter Be Gone basecoat, CCNP Nebula, Duri Revacote,  ellagee Glass topcoat.

Overall, I really enjoyed this product,  and the owner of CCNP, Kayla, is a wonderful person and very easy to talk to if you have any questions or concerns.  All her media outlets will be listed below, and as always, thanks for reading! ^_^

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