Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Multichrome Magic: GlitterDaze "Nightfall in New York City"

I know, it's blurry... but I took this out a car window!

Just released this week, GlitterDaze's latest collection Sunset in the City captures the magnificent range of colors displayed by the setting sun in a bottle of multichrome polish. Five polishes in the collection cross the continent: there's Afterglow in Aspen, Dusky in Dallas, Nightfall in New York City, Sundown in Seattle, and Twilight in Tucson. As a New Yorker, I'm pleased to share with you Nightfall in New York City!

Here's a bottle shot - doesn't it look just like a sunset? Without the smog, of course ;)

 

Here is one coat of Nightfall in New York City over Wet & Wild Black Creme. While in the bottle this polish looks pink and orange, on the nail the strongest colors are the blue and purple tones. How wonderfully deceiving! The formula is easy to apply, it dries quickly, and is richly pigmented.


With two coats, finish appears less speckled and more solid.


 

Under water - see the bubbles?


Because the pink and orange tones were strongest in the bottle, I was curious to see how Nightfall in New York City would look over red. Worn over Cult Nails Annalicious, the blue isn't quite a intense as it was over black. The orange in Nightfall in New York City turns Annalicious (reviewed here) into more of a melony-pink.


Nightfall in New York City is a lovely and intriguing multichrome polish. The formula is easy to work with and the multichrome pigment has the ability to transform your base color to a new color that may surprise you!

GlitterDaze polishes are 5-free (no toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP),formaldehyde resin OR animal testing) and can be purchase online at http://www.glitterdazenp.com/ and from Mei Mei's Signatures. The Sunset in the City polishes retail for $11.50/14 mL and $6.25/7 mL. Keep up with the latest from GlitterDaze on Facebook.

Here are a couple more NYC sunset photos from my collection:

 

Manhattan-henge

Product(s) in this post were provided for review. Read my disclosure policy here.

10 comments:

  1. omg, so pretty! I love how it looks in the bottle and I also love how it looks over black! :D

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    1. And over red - who knew! I didn't see that coming :)

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    1. So fun, and very versatile - I think it would look different over blue and purple too!

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