The fact that I purchased MAC Unconditionally Fabulous nail polish should tell you something about me. China Glaze Snowglobe is a reported dupe for MAC Unconditionally Fabulous. Online at popular e-tailers, I could buy CG Snowglobe for a little over $3. MAC Unconditionally Fabulous was $16. I picked Unconditionally Fabulous because it looked sparklier in MAC's Limited Edition white capped bottle. LMAO!! Seriously. That's why I bought it.
However, I'm not sad that I bought this. It's gorgeous! Unconditionally Fabulous is a clear base filled with lots of iridescent round glitter. It flashes all kinds of different colors- green, yellow, blue, gold and even red/orange. For this look, I used two coats of MAC Unconditionally Fabulous over two coats of Dr.'s Remedy Passion Purple, which you can see on it's own here. One coat of Unconditionally Fabulous looks great as well, I just wanted a more packed look.
I am actually dying to try this over white or a really pale color, but I wasn't sure how that would photograph, so I thought I'd try a darker color first. I love the way this came out, and definitely will be wearing this a lot.
I left a bit more of the bottle in the picture below so you could see how pretty it is! Honestly, I wish MAC did white packaging for every holiday collection. I loved the white. I especially love how it looks on the polish bottles and the compact of beauty powder blush I got.
MAC Unconditionally Fabulous is sold out on the MAC website, but it's still available on Macys.com and I'm betting it is still lurking on some MAC counters too.
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Dr.'s Remedy Passion Purple was sent to me for review by a PR agent for Dr.'s Remedy. For more information, please read my Disclosure Policy. I purchased MAC Unconditionally Fabulous with my own personal funds.