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Monday, October 7, 2013

Foxy Paws Invisible Light - Swatches and Review

*This product is Cruelty Free


Foxy Paws
Invisible Light



I am pleased to be headache-free to start this Monday morning! Okay fine, pleased is an understatement. I may have skipped to breakfast.

So I have a gorgeous holographic top coat from Foxy Paws to show you! It's currently about 56° and the sun is blinding. Gonna be a great day! And I have this beauty on to celebrate.

Foxy Paws and their sister brand Well Nails are Danish indie polish brands and are cruelty-free and 4-free.

Continued after the jump...



Invisible Light is a linear holographic top coat from Foxy Paws. It turns any color into a linear holo! I've layered one coat over a full mani in black and then over a brown mani with a cherry red accent nail. I used it with and without top coat and the holo was not diminished with top coat (I used Dazzle Dry top coat and KBShimmer Clearly on Top.) No issues at all with formula or application.

Over black...







Over brown with a cherry red accent...








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What do you think? Do you have a holographic top coat you love? This one is great - easy making anything into a rainbow on your nails!

These are available for European AND International customers at: www.foxyfingertips.dk right now and retail for USD$13.86 each. Be sure and follow Foxy Paws' Facebook page for the latest news and information.




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4 comments :

  1. Beautiful! I just love holo's and I love the fact it doesn't change the color of the original color! So many holo TC "gray out" the original color

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