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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Femme Fatale Holographics: Ink of the Sea - Swatches and Review

*This product is Cruelty Free

Tonight continues a 10 polish series starring holographic polishes from Femme Fatale Cosmetics and tonight features Ink of the Sea.

Femme Fatale
Ink of the Sea

Continued after the jump...

Ink of the Sea is described by the maker as "a dark blurple linear holo with prominent teal/green shimmer that makes the polish look quite blue at angles." I didn't find it dark at all and mostly it read blue on me as well. No issues at all with formula or application. Two coats and no top coat for the photos.

Artificial lighting...

Indirect natural lighting...

Full sun...


What do you think of this one? It's really stunning. I'll be showing the final two tomorrow so stay tuned!

To see my post on Ruby Hare click here.

To see my post on Deepstone click here.
To see my post on Void Shatter click here.
To see my post on Burning Dusk click here.
To see my post on Mirror of Dawn click here.
To see my post on Glassweb click here.
To see my post on Gravity Lapse click here.

Femme Fatale Cosmetics is an Australian indie that creates mineral-based cosmetics and 3-free nail lacquers and their polishes can be purchased via the Femme Fatale Cosmetics site here. (As a side note, Femme Fatale Cosmetics is also a shop - acting as a stocklist for several indie polish brands.) Holos retail for $12.50USD for 12mL bottles.  Be sure to follow Femme Fatale on Facebook for more news, information and swatches and they're also on Twitter and Instagram.

Also check out the Femme Fatale stocklist page for information on where else you can purchase!

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