• Image of Raisin Gein
  • Image of Raisin Gein
  • Image of Raisin Gein
  • Image of Raisin Gein
  • Image of Raisin Gein

When she woke, her head immediately started hurting. Too much alcohol she thought to herself, then looked over to see him still sleeping. She quietly snuck out of his bed and made her way through his house in hopes of finding his kitchen and perhaps something to eat. She opened the pantry to discover some expired chips, dried out peanut butter, and a half-eaten box of Raisin Bran. She blew a sigh of disappointment, rolled her eyes and grabbed the cereal. She made her way to the fridge only to discover there was no milk. Awesome, she thought.

This polish has a white base with various sizes and colors of purple glitter. It is 3-free with 4 stainless steel mixing balls. Larger sized glitter may require some extra patience retrieving them from the bottle. Due to the size of some glitters, settling may occur. Turning the bottle upside down for a few minutes and then shaking prior to application will help.

For opacity, the polish may require up to three coats.

Picture 1 is courtesy of Globe & Nail.

Picture 2 is courtesy of The Crumpet. 3 layers of Raisin Gein with a layer of Poshe topcoat.

Picture 3 is courtesy of Paint the Rainbows. 4 layers of Raisin Gein with a layer of Deborah Lippmann Addicted to Speed.

NOTE: Mr. Cucumber Head does not come with the mini polish. Thanks ;)