I found a pretty much untouched display of the Crazy Good Times collection, but I only took these three polishes with me:
I wanted to try them on as soon as possible because I heard something about the troublesome application of these polishes. And I did - one nail for each polish. I have to say they all apply quite nicely. Candyction is thes best when it comes to quality: it's the easiest to apply, it's opaque in one coat and looks wonderful. I only wish the flakies would be more visible. Paradelade isn't a really original shade, but I can't say no to a black with a twist. It's something I'd wear often, so why not. The application was fine and it needs 2 coats for full opacity. Confetteria, oh, Confetteria. I saw you and I fell in love with you in the same second. I knew you'd be mine someday although I heard some nasty rumours about ... Yeah, the application isn't the easiest (after all, it's a polish with big glitter), but it's not bad at all. I used 2 coats of each polish for the photos.
There's only one bad thing I have to mention. These polishes do seem a bit ... how should I put it ... rubbery? And I got a feeling they take forever to dry. I painted my nails, took the photographs and I could still remove the polish from all the nails almost without remover. Weird.
And here are the beauties from the Legends of the Sky trend edition. With extraordinary long names.
These two polishes are real 'shadeshifters'. They look warm/cool, taupe, green, gray... it just depends on the ligting you're watching them under. They're practically the same when it comes to formula and I really like it. They need 2 coats for full opacity (just the way I like it) and have a flat brush. The application is easy on both of them. Like Leo's Pilot Jacket is a dusty olive green while I Wear My Flying Goggles At Night is a light, greyed out taupe. I love the polishes and hate the names. Too long, Essence. Too long.
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