Sapphire (NA021) - Blue Mirror Nail Art Powder

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Feeling blue? Sapphire ultra-fine powder comes in a dark blue color with a gentle sheen and shiny mirror finish. Use the sponge applicator to work into the nail evenly and smoothly or tap onto your nails for just a hint of sparkle. A little goes a long way! This twist-top container includes 0.5 grams of powder, more than enough for multiple manicures and pedicures.

All powders and pigments have different structures and finish so powder and pigments of the same weight will look different in volume.  Content is filled by weight and not by volume.  The container will look as half-full only.  

For best results, use over semi-dry nail polishes and seal with a no-smudge topcoat to best preserve the mirror effect. When using gel polishes, use a no-wipe gel top coat.

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4.8 Based on 4 Reviews
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K
05/10/2020
Kristen
United States United States
Absolutely Gorgeous!

It's incredibly easy to use and is stunning to look at! I bought Sapphire and Scarab Wings and both are beautiful over both black AND white!

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JS
01/15/2020
Joy S.
United States United States
Great product

Definitely has a mirror shine and good amount comes with it.

DG
01/14/2020
Dawn G.
United States United States
Gorgeous

Another rich color and easy to use mirror powder. I used both the sapphire and amethyst powders in ths same mani.

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11/02/2019
Tess
United States United States
Off color

This is gorgeous and works well. The color on this page is not even close to what it actually looks like in person though. I found the sapphire name strange for such a light blue but I liked the color on screen so I got it. In person, It’s much deeper. It’s a royal blue that does in fact look like sapphire.

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