Monday, February 1, 2016

Celestial Cosmetics Bollywood Collection Swatches and Review, Part 1

Today I have half of the Celestial Cosmetics Bollywood Collection to share with you. There are six lovely, bright shades and plenty of variety. Let's have a look after the break!
Celestial Cosmetics Bollywood Collection

Aluva is a dark periwinkle jelly with silver microflakes and scattered holographic shimmer. I wore it in three thin coats, but two would be enough for most. I love these kind of colors that hover between blue and purple! It costs $11.
Celestial Cosmetics Aluva

Celestial Cosmetics Aluva

Celestial Cosmetics Aluva

Dard-e-Disco is a neon coral with silver microflakes and gold shimmer. I wore this in three thin coats, but two would be enough for most. This is very bright in person, not quite like a full-on neon, but definitely with neon qualities. Great formula. It is priced at $9.
Celestial Cosmetics Dard-e-Disco

Celestial Cosmetics Dard-e-Disco

Celestial Cosmetics Dard-e-Disco

Dilbara is an aqua green with silver and blue flakes. This one is amazing! Look at the depth of the layers you can see in the macro - it is almost like a semi-precious stone. Again, perfect formula and very shiny. It costs $9.
Celestial Cosmetics Dilbara

Celestial Cosmetics Dilbara

Celestial Cosmetics Dilbara

As per usual, this is a high-quality and interesting offering from Celestial Cosmetics. All are available on both the Australian and US sites right now, so have a look! I will be back with the second half of the collection soon. 

Celestial Cosmetics is made by Nicki in Port Noarlunga, South Australia. The line not only includes beautifully crafted holos, shimmers, cremes, and glitters, but stamping polishes. 
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