Last post for this year, as it seems. I seize the opportunity to wish you all a great 2018. Enjoy your festivities or whatever you have planned for New Year’s Eve.
This is Excalibur Renaissance, the re-formulated Excalibur. Sadly I don’t own the original version, so I cannot compare. But this is a silver metallic and really stands out.
Two coats applied.
I have neither worn nor shown purple for a while. It’s rather berry and coral season now, since summer has arrived, so I had nearly forgotten how classy purple can be. Pitter Patter had patiently waited for its turn, so here is this eggplant purple with shimmer.
Two coats applied.
Close-up of the shimmer finish.
I had shown Caprice before but with rather dark photos under artificial light, which didn’t do this lime green justice. As I like this colour and wear it from time to time, here are some newer – and better – photos. 🙂 Application was two coats.
Here are recent photos of beautiful Rose Bower (shown a while ago), which I hope you will enjoy. 🙂 Application was two coats and all photos were taken in bright sunlight. 😎
Recently, I discovered Fated Prince, which had not only spent ages in my stash but also on my desk. But whenever I wanted to apply it, there was some new collection released or I wasn’t in the mood for darker colours or whatever … Finally, here it is. Charcoal grey with olive glitter and holographic finish.
And – this Fated Prince is a beauty. Luckily shown in bright daylight.
However, it’s no less stunning under artificial light.
This is the colour I am currently wearing, Orange Fusion. It’s more blood orange, containing a certain proportion of red. But jelly finish and a bit sheer. I also got a cardigan of the same shade. 🙂
Because I like it more opaque, this is three coats. Overall, Orange Fusion is bright and glossy.
Hidden beauty in my stash – literally. It’s been a while since I purchased Sleeping Palace, 2013 to be precise. But only recently I came to wear it. The colour is a muted plum with copper and scattered holographic finish.
Two coats shown below under artificial light.
Here’s the macro shot.