October 11, 2011

Tony Moly GT03 Mars

Good morning! Today I have for you guys another one of the fabulous Tony Moly glitters from their Galaxy Collection! This one is number GT03, which is also called Mars. It is packed with small brown and amber colored glitter and little bits of orange glitter. I really love this polish, I'm a huge fan of brown polish so brown glitter polish kind of blows my mind. I definitely don't own anything similar to this! Much like the other Tony Moly's I've posted it was pretty opaque. The polish was a bit on the thick side but it wasn't hard to use. I'm not sure if I've mentioned it before but these glitters eat top coat like crazy! I used 2 coats over this one and still had a little texture. That usually bugs me but this is so gorgeous I don't care very much...I thought you guys might care though! I used 1 thick coat of GT03 Mars over Nubar Edgy Umber for the photos below.





Shade

Close Up!
I bought this polish on ebay from a seller named hsckoreanimports, the actual listing for the Galaxy polishes can be found here (hopefully that link works!). These are shipped from South Korea so they might take a bit of time to reach you, it was just over a week for me which I thought was ridiculously quick considering where they were shipped from! Each polish is $9.99 on ebay (sometimes on sale for $8.99) and shipping is free! I think it's a pretty awesome deal!
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24 comments:

  1. Victoria Bonilla-SneadOctober 11, 2011 at 4:55 AM

    This is sooo pretty! I love this! I'm funny about the thickness and how much nailpolish I have to use. So this might not be for me, but like you said... Who cares?! Its so pretty that its worth the extra texture and thickness that you will just put it on anyways. :D

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  2. PeaceloveandpolishOctober 11, 2011 at 5:12 AM

    Love this color!

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  3. love the shade, it´s perfect for fall!

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  4. Not sure I'm a fan of this particular color-but am really wanting to try this brand!

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  5. Nice color, but I don't like that it's rough even after thick layer of top coat!

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  6. This is a stunner, my favorite out of this collection! I'm wearing it now and I even see tiny blue sparkles in it!!! =))

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  7. Brown isn't really my thing, but this looks awesome on you!

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  8. Holy moly macarony, how stunning is this?! I want it. No, actually, I NEED it.

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  9. looks interesting :)

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  10. That is gorgeous. But I can't imagine trying to take it off.

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  11. Mars is a very fitting description! 

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  12. woww such unique colored glitter! For some reason this polish gave me shivers when I saw it!(I know I'm weird) lol so PRETTY!! 

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  13. I love these glitters!

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  14. I need this polish NOW! I love it.

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  15. Nom nom nom your nails are making me so jealous right now!

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  16. OMG- Seriously? This is ONE coat of Mars over one coat of Nubar Edgy Umber? Good grief- it's freakin' SPARKLETASTIC!
    MUST.
    HAVE.

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  17. OMG!  This is gorgeous!  I love it!

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  18. I can only drool at that beautiful glitter!  I want!  ^_^  Thanks for the pics--your pictures always look so good! 

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  19. Trixie of NailfiledOctober 11, 2011 at 9:23 PM

    Funny when I swatched my Galaxy Collection, this has the thinnest formula of all! LOL and I totally love this one. Bec there are blue glitters!

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  20. WOW! We were just discussing this seller on Twitter... man oh man, I am in love with these colors. Thing is, how on earth do you get these off? I tend to stay away from glitters because removal is so difficult. Thanks!

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  21. I use the foil method! there is a great tutorial here: http://nailasaurus.blogspot.com/2011/01/foil-method-glitter-removal-tutorial.html

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