Saturday, February 11, 2017

Celestial Cosmetics January 2017 Iridescent Holographics Swatches and Review

Celestial Cosmetics released a quartet of Iridescent Holographics in January. Each of these pastel shimmer holographics features a subtle and beautiful color shift that makes them appear magical and soft. Let's have a closer look!
*sent by the maker for photography and review*
Celestial Cosmetics January 2017 Iridescent Holographics

Broken Crystal is a baby blue linear shimmer holo with blue-to-green duochrome shift. It is worn here in three thin coats, but two will do. Brushstrokes are minimal and it dries fast.
Celestial Cosmetics Broken Crystal
Celestial Cosmetics Broken Crystal
Celestial Cosmetics Broken Crystal
Celestial Cosmetics Broken Crystal
Celestial Cosmetics Broken Crystal
Cheap Distraction is a pastel plum linear shimmer holo with a green-to-magenta shift. This is the most strongly duochromatic of the group. Gorgeous two-to-three coat formula.
Celestial Cosmetics Cheap Distraction

Celestial Cosmetics Cheap Distraction
Celestial Cosmetics Cheap Distraction

Celestial Cosmetics Cheap Distraction
Celestial Cosmetics Cheap Distraction
Crystal Ship is a periwinkle linear shimmer holo with green-to-blue duochrome shift. The formula was also quick drying and full coverage in two or three thin coats.
Celestial Cosmetics Crystal Ship
Celestial Cosmetics Crystal Ship
Celestial Cosmetics Crystal Ship
Celestial Cosmetics Crystal Ship

Celestial Cosmetics Crystal Ship
Mermaid's Wail is a sea green linear shimmer holo with green-to-pink duochrome shift. This also had a perfect formula in terms of coverage, smoothness, and dry time.
Celestial Cosmetics Mermaid's Wail
Celestial Cosmetics Mermaid's Wail
Celestial Cosmetics Mermaid's Wail
Celestial Cosmetics Mermaid's Wail
Celestial Cosmetics Mermaid's Wail

This is really a spectacular set of polishes. It is quite tricky to pull off duochrome and multichrome finishes in a pastel color spectrum and Celestial Cosmetics did it perfectly. The formulas are very consistent and easy to use, with minimal brush strokes. All are available now on both the Australian and U.S. web sites. How do you like iridescent holos? Are there any here you would like to pick up?

*sent by the maker for photography and review and purchased*

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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