Saturday, December 7, 2013

Dance Legend - Green Mamba (Rich Black Collection)

Back in August I posted photos and review of a gorgeous multichrome flaky polish by Dance Legend in no. 529. I have something similar for you today. This one comes with a dangerous and exotic name - Green Mamba and it's a part of the Rich Black collection
Dance Legend - Green Mamba (Rich Black Collection)

Green Mamba is a black based polish with duochrome flakies which shift from green to blue and although I love the name, I think it doesn't fit the polish very well. Green Mamba (click only if you're not scared of snakes) is a quite bright green snake, but I guess it's not the time to be literal. 
Dance Legend - Green Mamba (Rich Black Collection)

Dance Legend, Green Mamba, 2 coats (over black)
Dance Legend - Green Mamba (Rich Black Collection)

Dance Legend - Green Mamba (Rich Black Collection)

Just like most of the other Dance Legend polishes I've tried, this one also has a good formula and the application didn't cause me any troubles. I used two coats of Green Mamba over black polish (a England's one coater black in Camelot). I like the way it looks on the nails - the flakies are visible but not in the 'right-in-your-face' way. The only thing I'm not too crazy about is the removal. The flakies really hold on. =D 
Dance Legend - Green Mamba (Rich Black Collection)

You can buy this polish on Dance Legend online store for 9.00 USD. Check out their Facebook page for more information. 

*Product was sent to me by the company. 

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