In mere WEEKS the great day of Halloween will be upon us! I'm SO READY, and so are my nails after getting them dug into this collection! It's one of those that pairs really well with itself, and is still versatile enough to pair with other ones too!
Drink up Witches
Smooth, neon green with a nice electric feel to it. Looks less blue-toned in real life than it appears in photos. Think Nickelodeon Green Slime!
Lady and the Vamp
Not quite traffic-cone orange, but pretty close! Another smooth neon, with all the same photographic difficulties.
Rich, beautiful purple with a jelly/crelly base. Took several coats to get this opaque, and those pink spots are where it's thinner. If you're going for an uneven and spooky look this is GREAT!!!
Cackle if you want to
Clear based glitter topper, with black and purple glitter of varying sizes and shapes. Square, hex, round and micro. I was pleasantly surprised with all the glitters in this collection, as they didn't require ANY fishing to get large pieces, and only a small bit of draining the brush to get it full enough of glitter to give an even layer.
Shown here with one coat, over 'Drink up Witches'
Ghostess with the Mostess
Clear based glitter topper, with black, purple, green, and orange glitter of varying sizes and shapes. Square, hex, round and micro again.
Shown here with one coat, over 'Lady and the Vamp'
Clear based glitter topper, with black and green glitter of varying sizes and shapes. Square, hex, round and micro again. This one played a little tough guy, either being too thin or having the glitter clump together on the brush and nail. Still fantastic though!
Shown here with one coat, over 'Looking Bootiful'
I also picked up two polishes I have been eyeing up for a while now, and swatched those alongside the 2015 collection!
But of Corpse
This one is from last year's Halloween collection, 'Apocalypse of Color'. It's a metallic matte glitter polish, in a slightly minty green pigment. Dries like the 'Crinkled Chrome' collection. Middle and pinky fingers have two coats of clear top coat on top, to show how awesome it would look both with, and without, any topcoat.
If you haven't gathered yet, I like green. Like, a lot. Especially greens that lean mint. Treble Maker was no exception, so I got this one as well. It's from this year's 'Electric Night's' collection, and is sooo so pretty alone. I can't fathom wearing it with anything else, but I'm positive it will look amazing now matter how you dress it.
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