Mysterium YukimarimoThursday, November 15, 2012
Good afternoon, dear readers!
Today I have another Mysterium polish to show you: Yukimarimo.
From wikipedia, here is the definition of yukimarimo: "During a storm on the Antarctic plateau the humidity is higher than normal. After a storm, the temperature rapidly drops and due to the excess humidity,hoarfrost forms on the surface of the snow. At these low temperatures, electrostatic attraction between the rapidly formed ice crystals is high due to growth charging during formation. When a light wind blows after the formation of this hoarfrost, the hoarfrost breaks apart and the frost crystals clump together and stick due to the high electrostatic attraction and subsequent fusing of the ice crystals, and tumble across the snow in a manner similar to tumbleweed.[Ref 3] The sizes of the yukimarimo range from a few millimeters to several centimeters in diameter.["
The shimmer represents fine particles of snow being blown about, the big hex glitter represents yukimarimo, and the smaller hex and square glitter represent normal snow flakes.
This is two coats over another polish (I can't remember what I used for a base >.<;).
What do you think of Yukimarimo?
Have a wonderful day, my friends! :D