TwinkledT Icing Powder Review

Thursday, January 11, 2018

TwinkledT Icing Powder Review

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TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

If you thought the holographic chrome powder was as good as it could get, you just might be wrong! Today I have a review for the TwinkledT Icing powder, also referred to as the 'aurora' powder. This type of powder is probably my favourite in comparison to all the other chrome powder choices. Don't get me wrong, I really enjoy them all - but Icing is just something on a whole other level, and you NEED to get on this level with me! 

The shifty colour spectrum of the TwinkledT Icing powder will vary depending on the base colour nail polish/gel polish you use. In my swatch photo's down below I've paired it with a pastel purple gel polish. In my experience with this type of powder, I personally think it's best suited overtop lighter shades. White is another fantastic shade this looks amazing overtop of. I wish I had painted my nails different colours to show off the versatility, but I decided to stick with the one fluid shade.

Here is a shot of the plastic pot Icing comes encased in - how cute is the label though?! 
Each pot will come with 1gram of product for reference.

TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

Don't let what seem's to be a white powder fool you, because this stuff is MAGIC once buffed onto the nail! 

TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

When I applied the TwinkledT Icing powder, I did so during the evening and didn't have daylight on my side. With that being said, I took my swatch photo's indoors and have provided a decent variety of shots to show off how amazing this powder truly is. 

TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

This shot was by complete fluke, and think it looks super cool! It reminds me of lighting bolts, but waaaay cooler! I was doing all kinds of playing around as far as lighting positioning and hand angles. As I was bringing my hand out of the centre of my ring light, I got this awesome shot - Neat eh?

TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

Due to me taking photo's indoors, it was challenging trying to capture the mirror like finish. I assure you, this powder gives such a fun mirror type finish and you wont be able to stop looking at your nails when rocking Icing on your nails!

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Directions for use with gel polish:

  1. Paint on your base gel polish colour.
  2. Apply a thin coat of a no-wipe gel topcoat.
  3. Cure your topcoat and do not wipe away tacky layer.
  4. Using either a silicone tool, piece of a makeup sponge, foam eyeshadow applicator or your fingertips, begin buffing the powder onto the nail surface using medium pressure.
  5. Using a fan brush or a fluffy eyeshadow brush, gently dust off any excess powder on the nail surface.
  6. Apply another coat of a no-wipe gel topcoat and cure!
  7. Tip: Make sure to properly seal the free edge, as it'll help prevent the powder from chipping.
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The TwinkledT Icing powder is stunning, applied easily and buffed out to a smooth finish. This powder can also be worn with regular nail polish, following a different application routine. Feel free to reference my How To Use Chrome Powders With Regular Nail Polish video on my YouTube channel for further instructions.

I was having a field day taking a bunch of photo's, and captured a fun image that I now have set as my iPhone wallpaper. I love the unfocused colourful bokeh effect of this image so much! Feel free to save this photo and use it as your wallpaper if you'd like - sharing is caring!

TwinkledT Icing Powder Swatches and Review

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What are your thoughts on the TwinkledT Icing powder? Let's chat down below in the comments!

Thank's for stopping by and I hope to see you back soon <3

2 comments

  1. Question! Your blog and the twinkled t instructions say "use a no wipe gel, and dont wipe off the tacky layer". Aren't no wipe gel top coats not tacky? So do I want a tacky layer or no? I know you want a bit of stick for burnishing glitter so I'm confused! Help!

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