Thursday, May 2, 2013

Color Club Halo Hues Collection Part 2 - Swatches & Review

Hello guys! Last week I shared with you part one of the Color Club Halo Hues collection. This week I'm here to share the rest of the collection, yaaaay! This past week has been crazy between power outages at work and a stray dog showing up at our doorstep, so bear with me if I'm all over the place LOL.

Beyond is your typical black holographic nail polish. This is a more pure black than Color Club's Revvvolution and has a more linear holographic effect. This is 2 coats.

Cosmic Fate is a peachy orange holographic color. I don't actually have any other orange holos in my collection, so I'm excited to add this! This is two coats.

Kismet is a very subtle, light green. I'm liking a lot of these pastel colors in this collection. This is 3 coats, though it was just fine with 2. I was just uncertain of whether it needed another coat to reach full opacity as it was so light.

Over the Moon... what is it about blue holos that just grabs my attention? This is a very deep (not dark) blue with a super intense holographic effect. This is 2 coats.

Miss Bliss is a dark pink holo. It's closer to the color depicted in the bottom picture. I just liked how the top one looked. This is two coats.

D'awwwwmigod. I love purples, and this is one of the most holographic purples I've come across. Scratch that, it is the most holographic purple I possess in my collection. Off the top of my head I believe Glitter Gal might have a purple that has a stronger holo effect, but I'm not willing to shell out the money for one of those polishes LOL. This is two coats.

One thing that's immediately noticeable is the Color Club holos are a lot more in-your-face than the China Glaze Hologlam ones, even in shade. I like having both the intense and subtle options to choose from, though. :) Formula was the same as with part one, and  this one had no problem brushes.