Monday, November 10, 2014

Different Dimension Shooting Stars part 2

I have another gorgeous Shooting Star duo from Different Dimension today.
First up we have Cassiopeia. Now in Greek mythology Cassiopeia had a very interesting life, and it is related to the last two Different Dimension Shooting Star polishes I showed you HERE.
Now Cassiopeia was Andromeda's vain and boastful mother, she claimed that her daughter was more beautiful than all the sea nymphs, resulting in her having to sacrifice her daughter to a horrible sea monster.

Cassiopeia was made into a constellation, but the sea nymphs that she had insulted still had some say in the matter and she circles Polaris our North Star forcing her to be upside down for half the time, to teach her humility.

This polish is a gorgeous pink holo with teeny gold flakes mixed in. I used two coats in the pictures above.

Next up we have Perseus which is my favorite of the two. Perseus also plays a major part in Greek Mythology, as well as recent pop culture. Perseus was a son of Zeus, he was the hero that chopped off Medusa's head in order to provide a wedding gift to appease an awful king, on his way back he saw a women chained to rocks on the coast line, aside from her tears in hair, he would have believe her a statue. That woman was none other then Andromeda, the daughter of King Cepheus and Queen Cassiopeia. As the sea monster approached, Perseus turn it to stone with Medusa's head.

Perseus is a gorgeous minty green creme/jelly polish full of gold flakes and micro glitter in an assortment of colors!
I used two coats with a thick top coat of SV.


Now this duo had an extremely limited release and it is unlikely that we will see them again. But Missi is going to keep this train rolling with more Shooting Stars being available is small batches for limited times. In order to stay up to date with all of this make sure that you follow Different Dimension on Facebook HERE, and on instagram @missibarry.
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Until next time

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