As you can see from the pictures above, Gingerbread has a clear base jam packed full of small red and gold flakies. I have on 2 coats of this polish.
This is 2 coats with no undies.
Here I have 2 coats of Gingerbread over 1 coat of Sally Hansen White On. I think it looks super pretty over white.
I didn't have any issues what so ever with this polish. There's no dripping, fishing, dragging, or clumping. It went on like a dream :)
And here are 2 coats of Gingerbread over 1 coat of China Glaze Immortal. I really like this combination. And Gingerbread is definitely a polish that you can wear all year around.
And the bottle shot. Here you can see more of the gold tones in this polish.
I really enjoyed this color, of the two, I would have to say this is my favorite :)
Next is Frosty:
Here are 3 coats of Frosty with no undies. This polish again has a clear base. Although, Frost is jam packed with what looks like silver shimmery goodness. It also has tiny holographic hexes, small light blue matte hexes, and medium white hexes.
Here is 1 coat of Frosty over 1 coat of Sally Hansen White On. This beautiful polish really does remind me of snow and building snowmen.
Here's 1 coat of Frosty over 1 coat of China Glaze Immortal. As you can see over this color polish, Frosty looks completely different. This is another wonderful polish that you could wear all year around.
Here is 1 coat of Frosty over China Glaze Peri-Wink-Le. Again showing the wonderful colors reminding us of snow and all that goes with it :)
And here they all are together :)
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