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l.a.m.x

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Hi geeks,

I am just about to play with additives for the first time! :biggrin:

Do I require a separate top coat for them, the same way we would for working with glitter? My glitter top coats aren't too nice but worried about tinting my usual top coat?

I just tried cake pop with violet pearl on a colour pop and its stunning! Would be lovely for a bride.

Look forward to your replies!

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Hi, I've never found I needed a separate top coat for additives as you burnish them into the tacky layer and there's no real excess,I only use a separate top coat for the glitter ones - hth

I will also be trying out CakePop with violet pearl! Thanks :)
 

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No you don't a separate top coat.. I've tried Cake Pop with Violet Pearl Shimmer, it's also gorge with the Pink Gold Shimmer too!

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Thank you for the speedy replies :biggrin:

Here is the finished product.....! I found cake pop a bit streaky, reminded me of Romantique. So I decided to do French with it, really unsure about it but put the additive on and it looks lovely in person. Here's a pic, excuse the application, Cream Puff going lumpy!! Xx
 

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