Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Colors by Llarowe; Early Winter 2017

Good evening!  This post is full of exciting, I'm so excited!  Colors by Llarowe just released her Early Winter Collection and it's absolutely gorgeous.  It's full of goodies that work perfectly for Fall and Winter.  Those of you lucky geese that were at The Indie Shop already got to see and purchase them.  Fortunately all the rest of us, will get to purchase them during the window from 11/1 to 11/8.  You can pick them the Early Winter Collection individually for $11 or as a 6 piece set for $63.  Ok, let's jump in and check them out!

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Let's start with Plum Ready for Summer.  This is a gorgeous plum with a glowing prismatic holo finish and strong orchid flame. Oooh this baby is stunning.  Just look at that color and the holo flame. Purrrrfect!  The formula was super opaque and I had full coverage in 2 coats.  I finished up with a layer of topcoat.  

Layer Cake is a sheer violet jelly base topper with copper/red to green flakes.  You can wear this one alone in 3 to 4 coats or on top of a base color.  I wanted to show it to you over some different base colors so I have on OPI Less is Norse and Check Out the Old Geysirs.  I used 1 coat of Layer Cake on top of each and look how different it looks over the different colors!  So fun and pretty.  Topcoat to finish.  

Topaz Fire is a deep blurple prismatic glowing holo with lavender flame.  This dark shade speaks to me.  Something about this holo finish also really makes me swoon.  So yup, this one gets 2 thumbs waaaaay up from me!  Awesome formula and application.  2 coats and topcoat.  

Figgy Pudding is a deep plum grape with prismatic holo flakes.  Love the jelly sandwich look of this one.  Even though it's a jelly finish it was very opaque!  No issues to report with formula or application.  I had full coverage in 2 coats.  I finished up with topcoat.  

Parade of Lights is a deep navy multichrome that shifts from deep navy to royal blue to bright green with added prismatic holo flakes.  I really love the greens in this, and the blues too.  They make a great combo and nice color shifts.  This one reminds me of a luxurious gemstone.  Awesome formula and application.  I used 2 coats for total opacity and no topcoat.  

Mean Mr. Grinch is a deep blackened copper multi chrome that shifts from deep green to copper to black with intense green shimmer.  YES PLEASE!  This is such a unique beauty!  Definitely makes it one of my favorites in the collection.  Awesome formula.  Awesome application.  2 layers and topcoat.  

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