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Monday, 10 June 2013

China Glaze Holographic in Cosmic Dust, Not In This Galaxy, & Don't Be a Luna-tic: Swatches & Review

China Glaze Holographic in Cosmic Dust, Not In This Galaxy, & Don't Be a Luna-tic 
Retails for around $9US, I had to order these online as we don't get LE polish at Sally's Beauty supplies in Canada.
Don't Be a Luna-tic on bare nail 
Product & Colour:
The formula of all these polish are thin, but not to be confused with sheer. The pigmentation is there but when apply I need to apply 3 thin coats so that the white part of my nails where not visible thought the colour. Also the formula is self correcting/evening I found a was  was see streaks when applying it but they evened out in a minute.

On the nail you do see a slight texture of your original nail ridges show up because of the finish, so I recommend a base coat to help smooth out your nails.

Cosmic Dust Not is a deeper holo silver then I'm use to seeing. It also has the strongest holo reflect of the three.
In This Galaxy is a girly berry pink with the most sublet holo reflect of the three.
Don't Be a Luna-tic is a pale turquoise/silver tone.

Wear: About 5 days on my fingers on it's own without a base or top coat.

Packaging: Simple small bottle with a standard brush.

Daylight swatches: Cosmic Dust ~ 1 cost, 2 coats, & 3 coats. 
Flash swatches: Cosmic Dust ~ 1 cost, 2 coats, & 3 coats.
Daylight swatches: Not In This Galaxy ~ 1 cost, 2 coats, & 3 coats.
Flash swatches: Not In This Galaxy ~ 1 cost, 2 coats, & 3 coats.  
Daylight swatches: Don't Be a Luna-tic ~ 1 cost, 2 coats, & 3 coats.  
Flash swatches: Don't Be a Luna-tic ~ 1 cost, 2 coats, & 3 coats.



VERDICT:
These a very subtle/refined holographic finish to these that make for lovely daily wear shades with bit a spunk.

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