Good evening boys and ghouls! I can't believe Halloween is SO close and I haven't done any Halloween manis yet! Ugh, #failure. Well fortunately I do have a couple more Halloween themed polishes to share so I'll get my rear in gear and share those ASAP! Up first is the Superficially Colorful Halloween Collection. This launched on 10/1 so you can pick up your favorites now! The 4 piece set is $33, or you can get individuals for $9 each. If you love holiday themed polish, and holo then this is definitely a collection you will want. Jin mentioned that the Halloween collection is NOT limited edition, but since it is seasonal it won't be available all year long. I loved each color and the names are fun! The formulas are also pretty dang awesome. So let's jump in and check out these Halloween treats!
Up first I have Ghouls Night Out. I'm pretty sure all the ladies out there could use one of these just about all the time (if you're anything like me). Ghouls Night Out is a "sour bright green holographic polish with a hint of golden shimmer." I found the formula and application both fabulous. I used 2 coats and no topcoat.
Next we have Witch You Were Here. Love the name, love the color! It's a "deep dark purple holographic polish." This shade of purple is perfection (and not only for Halloween). The formula and application of Witch You Were Here were both stellar. I used 2 coats for full coverage and no topcoat.
Sweet Treat (another awesome name) is a "red leaning orange holographic polish with a jelly like finish." This one gave my camera some issues. Especially on the macro so sadly I don't have a macro for you. But the other pictures turned out alright. Ok first off this color is AMAZING. It screams pumpkins and fall and falling leaves and and and.... The formula was super creamy and opaque. Sweet Treat was almost a one coater! I did have a bit of a hard time cleaning it up, it started to turn my cuticle orange but that was the only spot where it did that. So I would definitely suggest some base coat and to take caution when painting with this one as it could possibly stain your skin. I used 2 coats of Sweet Treat and no topcoat.
Last but not least is I'm Just A Little Batty. Every good Halloween collection need a black and Jin nailed it! It's the perfect shade of black with just the right amount of holo so it's not overwhelming. I do appreciate when I can see the base color through the holo (sometimes the flame overshadows the beautiful base color). I'm Just A Little Batty had a top notch, creamy and opaque formula. Application was like butter. I only needed one coat for full coverage and no topcoat used.
I thought you'd be interested in seeing some of the other products Jin has been working on! Handmade soap AND mani bombs! They both smell amazing and I have them set aside to use on a night that I need some ultimate pampering. I will definitely share my thoughts and more pictures with you once I try them out. In the meantime, keep your eyeballs peeled for when she starts stocking these fab hand/body care items in her shop!