Indie Swatch and Review - Holographic Microglitter from Moonflower Polish

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Hello lovely readers. Five-free indie stamping polish brand Moonflower Polish has added stamping holographic glitter to its offering.

Continue reading after the jump for swatches, a how-to description, and availability.



These holographic microglitters can be used for a new stamping technique called pigment and glitter stamping. If you have success stamping with a clear stamper, then this technique is for you!
There are multiple ways of applying these. I prefer the textured look-and-feel of the microglitter, so I will describe what worked for me to achieve this look.

TO USE: Start by priming your clear stamper with a coat of microglitter. You can gently rub the glitter onto the stamper using a makeup applicator (provided). Next, you apply your polish of choice onto your stamping plate. Scrape off the excess polish and pick up your image with your primed stamper.

You can use stamping polish as well as non-stamping polish and clear top coat.
I stamped using the following from left (index finger) to right for the first set of swatches: clear top coat, white stamping polish (Moonflower Polish Dia), black stamping polish (Moonflower Polish Noche), and a color coordinated polish.

For the second set of swatches, I used a coordinated color (violet and blue) or clear top coat (silver) throughout. Items used include stamping plates from Moyou London, Pet’la Plates, and Ejiuba and clear stampers from Ejiuba.

Silver holographic microglitter


Silver microglitter

pigment and glitter stamping nail art technique using silver microglitter from Moonflower Polish
Stamped from left to right with: clear top coat, white stamping polish,
black stamping polish, and silver holographic polish



pigment and glitter stamping nail art technique using silver microglitter from Moonflower Polish
Stamped with clear top coat



Light blue holographic microglitter


Light blue microglitter

pigment and glitter stamping nail art technique using light blue microglitter from Moonflower Polish
Stamped from left to right with: clear top coat, white stamping polish,
black stamping polish, and silver holographic polish



pigment and glitter stamping nail art technique using light blue microglitter from Moonflower Polish
Stamped with light blue stamping polish



Violet holographic microglitter


Violet microglitter

pigment and glitter stamping nail art technique using violet microglitter from Moonflower Polish
Stamped from left to right with: clear top coat, white stamping polish,
black stamping polish, and silver holographic polish



pigment and glitter stamping nail art technique using violet microglitter from Moonflower Polish
Stamped with violet stamping polish



TIPS: Color-coordinate your glitter and stamping polish for a bold look or use black stamping polish to transform your glitter. Also, use a protective barrier around your cuticles for easy clean up.




Overall, I love these microglitters and stamping technique. It is not a beginners technique, but if you have stamping plates that work well with a clear stamper, then you will be able to achieve these looks as well.

Currently, Moonflowe Polish carries 12 different microglitter shades. The glitters come in 2.5g pods along with an applicator. These will retail for $5 US and will be available for purchase starting Nov 23. There will also be a 5mL mini bottle of the black stamping polish Noche available for $2 US.

Use my code LACQUER10 for 10% off your purchase at www.moonflowerpolish.com, and make sure to follow on social media for the latest news on releases and restocks.


The product featured here was sent to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own. 


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20 comments

  1. You are so talented with stamping. It has to be harder with the glitters.

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  2. I just got some of these! I'm nervous to try them out, but the pay off in the design is worth it - I mean, look at these looks you put together! <3

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  3. These are really pretty, and this is a stamping technique I haven't tried yet. I'm definitely intrigued!

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  4. That's a really cool technique. Definitely keeping that in mind!

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  5. Wow what a great technique. Looks amazing And I want to try it now lol x

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  6. That is a really interesting new technique. I always wonder who thinks up these amazing things to do.

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  7. I'm tucking this info away for later. Thanks for sharing the technique!

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  8. This is so cool! I’ve never heard of doing this before. I love the way yours turned out as well!

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  9. Love the roses you made with the violet holo glitter. I wish I had the skills - and steady hands - to do something like this, but all I'll get is a mess of glitter, and spills everywhere LOL.

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  10. They're all really pretty! This is definitely above my skill level, lol.

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  11. You created so many fabulous looks with these glitters!

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  12. I totally need to see a video haha. So confused how this worked!

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  13. This is such an interesting nail art idea!

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  14. I really want to get some of these to give them a try!

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  15. This is such a neat idea! I have got to get a few glitters and try it out.

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  16. I'm enjoying these microglitters entirely too much!

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