Settling or separation may occur and its totally normal. If you find this has happened, just simply shake or roll your bottle to get the ingredients mixed again.
Since all polishes are made from scratch in small batches, slight variations may occur. Also, please not that online photos may alter the color of a polish slightly from monitor to monitor. I will try my very best to only present pictures that accurately depict the real life color.
If you find that your glitter has settled, simply turn your polish bottle upside down for a few minutes to get the glitters to the top of the bottle.
Nail polish will perform better when stored upright in a cool dark place. Keep nail polish out of direct sunlight, as sunlight can change the color of the pigment.
If you find that your polish has become thick, simply add a couple drops of nail polish thinner (do not use nail polish remover!!!) and your polish will be good as new.
When applying nail polish, do even thin coats until you reach your desired opacity. Allow sufficient time for your nails to dry completely before applying your next coat. Always use a base coat and top coat.
Glitter Applying Techniques
Large glitters tend to sink after a period of time. Simply turn the bottle upside down and wait a few minutes. Let the glitters fall to the top of the bottle and flip the bottle over and you should be good to go.
You will need to use the dabbing method to apply dense glitters. Once you have your glitter on your brush, simply press the brush into the nail. Use your brush to move the glitter on the nail until you have your desired look.
Did you know you can also use a toothpick to place your glitter? Take your brush and put a glob of glitter on a piece of paper (or on whatever you prefer). Pick the glitters up with your toothpick and simply place the glitters on the nail one at a time where you desire.
You can also use the "sponging" method to achieve a fuller coverage look. Simply take your sponge and brush your glitter onto the sponge. next, just dab your sponge onto your finger nail. You may need to do this 2-3 times depending on the polish. Allow sufficient drying time between each coat.
Removing Glitter Polish
You can use the cotton ball and tin foil wrap technique to remove your glitter. You can also use a peel off base coat. For my personal use, I use the Cutex Regular Twist and Scrub remover and my glitter comes off fairly quickly.