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Friday, May 10, 2013

Wing Dust Collections "Hope"

"HOPE: This is inspired by so many amazing people we met while in Mongu, by Hope Church, by the Hope Art program that employs and empowers women of the community. There were so many reasons to Hope, even in the midst of countless heart-breaking circumstances that we saw in our too short time there.

The good work being done by this organization was so encouraging in the midst of so much hardship. This polish can't even begin to capture the millions of emotions you feel in the moment, but it tries to convey a sense of what Hope might look like. It's bit hard to sum up in a few words... and definitely not a feeling you can capture in a bottle.. but this is my attempt. " -Stephanie of Wing Dust Collections

...a sheer white creme base with blue flakes, blue, pink, holo and color changing squares with tiny holo glitters through out.
All photos of Hope are shown as 3 coats over NPB Glitter-A-Peel and topped with Sally Hansen Diamond Flash.

Hope is absolutely stunning and the subtle shimmer makes it even more amazing! If you look close enough you can see it in some of the pictures, it is much more apparent in person yet still very delicate and subtle. It is sheer so 3 coats works well for full opacity, it could be layered over a white polish but I love the squishy look of the jelly finish! As with all of Wing Dust polishes the formula is excellent, making application a breeze. No flooding, pooling, dragging, balding or fishing for glitters. Aside from the fact that this is an amazing polish by one of my absolute favorite Indie polish makers it has an incredible cause behind it! Proceeds from this polish will go back to the Zambia Project. For more information on the wonderful work that they do please visit:

Wing Dust Collections can be purchased on Etsy by clicking here, don't forget to use the code Sassy15 at checkout for your 15% off!!!  Hope is currently not available on the Etsy shop, hopefully once Steph get's back up and running it will be, but there are still a few other beauties available. In the mean time you can find Hope on Llarowe's site here
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