Want A Jelly Sammich?

Good Morning,

I have been seeing so many jelly sandwiches on makeupalley lately.  They are so squishy and juicy.  I couldn't wait to do one myself.  For those of you don't know what a jelly sandwich is well it's not bread and jelly Lol!  It's a nail polish technique.  What I did:   First coat I used a jelly textured polish (it's a bright yellow looks like a yellow high lighter....I'm serious! Lol!) I bought it from the flea market just too bad it doesn't  have a name on it but the bottle is lovely.  Please let me know if you own this one and please tell me the name or number on it. Next, I put on two coats of a jelly consistency glitter polish one from the 50 China Glaze specialty glitters.  If you want to know about those glitters click here.  This is where the sandwich comes in.  I took the first unknown name polish and layered over a thin coat to sandwich in the glitter polish China Glaze: Sunshine.  And that's it!  You have your jelly sandwich..

It is sooo bright it just might glow in the dark. Lol!  Here it is....

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See all the pretty colored glitters?  Wish my camera took better pictures of my nails.  

I will be doing more Jelly Sammiches they are so fun.  Have you tried this technique?


Until next time please have a great nail polish day. (✿◠‿◠) Share/Bookmark
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  1. This looks great!! I love yellow on you!

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  2. Wow this looks great . I'm loving this yellow .

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  3. Super pretty and bright. I have to try this!

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  4. Oh, that yellow looks perfect on you. This is so squishy and awesome! Yes, I do love a good jelly sammich myself, they're so much fun.

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  5. StarDustStephanie: I love to wear yellow :)

    Toyomi: It is so much brighter irl I can't stop looking at my hands :)

    MZ. More: You have to give it a try you will be hooked :)

    Stephanye: Nom Nom. Lol!

    Cristina-PeeBeforePolish: Thanks, It's the first time I'm wearing it.

    Nicole: I can't wait to try another sammich :)

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  6. What a bright yummy sammich! I have almost all of the glitters in China Glaze's 50 Specialty line. I should try this some time.

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  7. I've never tried it. This is my first time hearing about it. It looks very cool.

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  8. Wow! Now that's a bright yellow.

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  9. now where is my cold glass of milk?! nice job...i like...

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  10. kittypolishnbags: Oh, you have all the specials impressive :)

    Of the Comely: I'm glad you know now so I look forward to seeing your first sammich :)

    Alaina: It really is bright :)

    Lakesha: Lol! It is pretty sweet...thx :)

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  11. WOW! That is one gorgeous sammich!!! :D I've been meaning to try this technique! It's so fun and pretty!!!

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  12. This looks great! My only attempt at a glitter sandwich didn't turn out very well - I didn't use a great glitter - but I'm definitely going to try it again.

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  13. Love the bright cheery feeling it projects, though I'm always afraid to wear yellow myself xx. The unknown could be from Arezia. The bottle design looks suspiciously familiar to that brand. Sorry I don't know the # though. =/

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  14. this looks awesome! I have to try!

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  15. I just tried this technique--on both my fingers and toes. :) So fun! Love these yellows on you!

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