These polishes almost caused me to say I've lost my mojo (in the style of Ausin Powers.) I found them hellish to work with. Goodness only knows how Lyndsay of PiesEyes blog manages to make them look so good so often. The formulation was thick yet runny, how can a polish look lumpy whilst flooding your cuticle? Perhaps it's just something which I'll learn to work with? They certainly aren't self levelling: maybe a good topcoat would make them better?
I ordered seven polishes and got free delivery as it was my first order.
L-R 330 Lilac, 379 Eggplant, 255 Violet Microglitter
L-R 295 Cerulean Blue, 336 Electric Blue, 401 Peacock Green, 381 Purple Grey
In part one I'm showing the purples.
First one I tried was 330 Lilac, it was very bright and the camera couldn't capture it. I've edited this first picture and fiddled with colour saturation to try and show the correct colour. My hands are not really lobster colours!
I've left the colour as the camera caught it for the last two.
Next is 379 Eggplant. This was one of better ones formula wise. The colour kept making me think of OPI's Russian collection, I used to have Boris & Natasha and this reminds me somehow of that.
255 Violet Microglitter gives me the impresion it could be worn alone and provide good coverage, but after all the formulation issues I'd experienced I decided to layer this. This is one coat over Eggplant. I love the holo glitter scattered through this.