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Thursday, 9 January 2014

Color Club Halo Hues and holographic nail polish in Kismet, Over The Moon, Harp On It, and Worth the Risque: Swatches Review

Kismet, Over The Moon, Harp On It, & Worth the Risque
Retails for around $3.99 to $6.99CAN. Most of the time I can only get Color Club at Winners in Canada but a local independent store opened up in my mail that carries they limited edition shades i was able to pick up the month of November.



Kismet, Over The Moon, Harp On It, & Worth the Risque


Product & Colour:
The original holographic polish like Worth the Risque and Revvvolution that I own are a softer almost submerged holo shimmer to them in the base. The new collection has a strong exposed shimmer and I'm thinking the base for these are clear. These polishes really only need 2 coats at third coat makes the shade opaque, but the finish is about the same in two coats. 

Kismet is a cool green tone yellow gold shade with the holo rainbow.

Over The Moon is a saturated sea blue with the holo rainbow.

Harp On It is a true holo rainbow on a silver base.

Worth the Risque is a smokey holo rainbow on a silver base.





Wear: About 4 days on my fingers on it's own without a base or top coat. Rather then chip these has the tendency to peel.

Packaging: Simple glass small bottle with a standard brush.


Daylight & Flash swatches: Kismet 3 coats and 1 coat
Daylight & Flash swatches: Over The Moon 3 coats and 1 coat 
Daylight & Flash swatches: Worth the Risque 3 coats, Harp On It 3 coats and 1 coat
Daylight & Flash swatches: Worth the Risque 3 coats, Harp On It 3 coats and 1 coat





VERDICT:
If you can still  find these then grab them!!! There is a lot of holographic nail polish on the market but these are the cheapest you can get.

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