Monday, October 9, 2017

ellagee You Are Who You Eat

Afternoon all.  Hope you've had a great Monday.  Mine was full of appointments and errands and house work and and and.  And I somehow fell behind my schedule and has lots to catch up on so don't be shocked to see multiple posts in a day this week.  I'm going to start with a new ellagee collection that will debut at The Indie Shop, San Antonio.  GUYS!  This TIS sounds so amazing, I wish I was going!  MELODY - do a Halloween TIS in San Francisco next year, pretty please! Anywho, this collection is called You Are Who You Eat and it's inspired by the tv show iZombie.  I haven't watched this show, but the polishes are great!  Alright, so this trio will be available on 10/13 at TIS for $10 each or $30 as a set.  They'll also be available online at 5pm Central on 10/13 for preorder.  Now let's check them out!

*press sample*

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Let's start with Full On Zombie Mode.  This is a lie-grey crelly with micro flakes and micro glitter shreds in red, gunmetal and navy.  I love the colors in this one and find the whole thing to be unique and interesting.  Formula and application were both great, I used 3 thin coats and a layer of topcoat.





You Are Who You Eat is a pink crelly with micro flakes and micro glitter shreds in red and hot pink.  This one is pre-teh!  I actually think it';; be really awesome for a Valentines mani, and if I had a brain design stamping plate I would totally do that!  Alas, I don't have that.  Another great formula with easy application.  I used 3 thin coats and topcoat.  





And the third polish in the trio is Liv to the Max.  It's an aqua crelly with micro flakes and micro glitter shreds in blue and turquoise.  While I know this one is inspired by a zombie, it's still serene and soothing.  Is that weird?  But really, it's quite spring-ish and I think it'll work great in those months too!  Formula and application were the same, awesome, fabulous, easy peasy.  I used 3 coats and topcoat to finish.  




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