So, the glitter kit. It comes in a little box and contains a pink polish called Dinky Pinky, two little pots of glitter (silver and gold) and a four-sided buffer (file, buffer, smoother and shiner).
Pink is such a hard colour to photograph accurately - and I'm afraid I've not done a great job with these. It's a bright, bluey-type pink which I love. I do think it's a bit of an odd choice for the kit though - because it's not a remotely Christmassy colour - I think a red would have been a much better choice! It's like most Models Own polishes - goes on smoothly and evenly. But it smells awful! I don't usually mind the smell of polish, but this is so strong it actually made wearing it a little unpleasant, even when it was dry. The photographs below show two coats - though I think one more would have been perfect as it looks a bit thin on my middle finger. I poured glitter on the top of two wet nails and then put a top coat of No 7 Stay Perfect Quick Dry over them - I've not used glitter like this before and it was a bit of a mission. I got glitter everywhere and then the top coat made it look a bit odd. Perhaps a glitter gradient would have been a more aesthetically pleasing option!
This one's probably the closest to the actual colour of the pink
You can find Models Own Glitter Kits in participating Boots stores (see here for stockists) when you buy two Models Own products - subject to availablility whilst stocks last - so get yourselves down to Boots quickly before they all run out!