Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Celestial Cosmetics Galaxy & Me Collection Swatches and Review Part 2

I have the second half of Celestial Cosmetics Galaxy & Me Collection to show you today - if you missed it, I have the first four here. These are stunning multichromes created by Nicki and Christine with punny astronomy-related titles. I am in love with these rich, cool colors!
Celestial Cosmetics Galaxy & Me Collection

Celestial Cosmetics Lust In Space has a green-blue base with magenta-to-gold multichrome and scattered holo shimmer. It covers nicely in two or three thin coats and has a great formula.
Celestial Cosmetics Lust In Space

Celestial Cosmetics Lust In Space

Celestial Cosmetics Lust In Space

Celestial Cosmetics Lust In Space

Celestial Cosmetics Lust In Space

Celestial Cosmetics We Didn't Even Planet is a blue sapphire with duochrome teal-to-indigo and scattered holo shimmer. This will cover in one or two thin coats and has a wonderful formula.
Celestial Cosmetics We Didn't Even Planet

Celestial Cosmetics We Didn't Even Planet

Celestial Cosmetics We Didn't Even Planet

Celestial Cosmetics We Didn't Even Planet

Celestial Cosmetics We Didn't Even Planet

Celestial Cosmetics Why So Sirius? is a grass green with yellow-green-to-teal duochrome microflakes and scattered holo shimmer. I wore this in three thin coats, but two are enough. It dries smoothly and quickly.
Celestial Cosmetics Why So Sirius?

Celestial Cosmetics Why So Sirius?

Celestial Cosmetics Why So Sirius?

Celestial Cosmetics Why So Sirius?

Celestial Cosmetics Why So Sirius?

Finally, Celestial Cosmetics You Matter has a grass green base and bottle green to magenta multichrome shimmer, along with scattered holo. This dries a bit more matte than the others, and is shown with top coat in three thin coats. Two will do for most people.
Celestial Cosmetics You Matter

Celestial Cosmetics You Matter

Celestial Cosmetics You Matter

Celestial Cosmetics You Matter

Celestial Cosmetics You Matter

That concludes Celestial Cosmetics' Galaxy & Me Collection. This group of eight polishes all has beautiful formulas and wonderful shifts in a range of complex, cool tones. I love every one of them! If you missed the first part of my review you can see it here. Let me know if you have ones you particularly love!

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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