Native War Paints | Pink Cart Nail Art9:00 AM
Hello loves! Today I have a very special trio to share with you. I was asked a couple weeks back by Amanda over at Native War Paints to review this great cause trio and I was honored!
Meet the Pink Cart Nail Art Trio.
Native War Paints teamed up with Cascade Cart Solutions, makers of the life size pink carts for Breast Cancer Awareness, to bring you this trio. You can find these carts and more information at www.thepinkcart.com.
In addition to the adorable mini pink cart, the Pink Cart Nail Art trio comes with 3 polishes, a dotting tool, placement bow glitters and info on The Pink Cart program. Plus, $3.00 of every trio sold will be sent to the American Cancer Society.
I turned my little bow glitters into cute little butterflies!
Native War Paints-Fight
Native War Paints Fight is described as a bright pink jelly with red shimmer. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. Formula was good and applied easily. This dries to a waxy matte finish(as shown in pic below). I think it looked great both with and without a top coat.
Native War Paints Inspire is described as a pink crelly filled with matte, metallic and holographic glitter. I used two coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with a glossy top coat. For being so packed tight with glitter I thought for sure this was going to apply thick but I had no issues what so ever and it applied really well. No fishing needed.
Native War Paints-Conquer
Native War Paints Conquer is described as a pink micro glitter. I used three coats to achieve full opacity and sealed it with two coats of a glossy top coat. I applied the first 2 coats regularly and applied the third coat using the sponge method. Like most micro glitter packed polishes this was a top coat eater so I had to use two coats for a smooth finish.
I have lost quite a few people to Cancer so this collection hits close to home and I was honored to be a part of it in some way<3 Not only is this trio great because it helps raise money and awareness for this awful disease but the polishes are well made and easy to apply. The little cart that comes with this set is so freakin cute and is now sitting on my desk holding cotton balls! I have also used the dotting tool already(the rainbow polka dot mani I posted yesterday) and love it.
This set is available today for $25. And as stated above, $3 of every set purchased gets donated to the American Cancer Society. For more info please visit the links below!
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