Showing posts with label Femme Fatale. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Femme Fatale. Show all posts

Femme Fatale swatch spam - post three

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


I have more gorgeous Femme Fatale swatches to share with you. Her polishes are positively amazing. They have a wonderful application and stunning and unique. Femme Fatale is based in Australia.

There are more swatches I have posted in the last week here and here.  

Let's take a look. All of these swatches are shown with two coats.

Burning Dusk is a blueish purple - blurple - holographic polish. The holographic particles are scattered and simply gorgeous.

Burning Dusk
Burning Dusk

Burning Dusk
Burning Dusk

Ink of The Sea is a steely blue shade with tons of scattered holographic particles. I love the seductive shade of this polish. It's very classy and chic.

Ink of The Sea
Ink of The Sea

Ink of The Sea
Ink of The Sea

Ink of The Sea
Ink of The Sea

Ruby Hare is a gorgeous shade of deep wine with mesmerizing holographic effect. I positively love this color and think it will probably be worn quite a bit.

Ruby Hare
Ruby Hare

Ruby Hare
Ruby Hare

Ruby Hare
Ruby Hare

Starfall is a faded purple with lots of blue shimmer from the holographic particles. The muted shades in this one remind me of a clear night.

Starfall
Starfall

Starfall
Starfall

The Femme Fatale online store is closed until March 6, 2014. But you can get these polishes from the following distributors:

Harlow & Co. (Canada)
Color4Nails (USA)
Norway Nails (Norway)
Beauty So Fly (Singapore)
Mei Mei Signatures (Singapore)
Rainbow Connection (UK)


These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note that computer monitors and mobile devices may show colors differently.  

Femme Fatale swatches - post two

Monday, February 17, 2014


I have more gorgeous Femme Fatale swatches to share with you. I am loving her polishes. They have a wonderful application and are simply stunning! Femme Fatale is based in Australia.

I swatched more of these amazing polishes and you can see that post here.  

Let's take a look. All of these swatches are shown with two coats. 

Chrysoprase is a steely blue gray shade with wonderful holographic particles. I love the color shifts in this polish.



Chrysoprase
Chrysoprase

Chrysoprase
Chrysoprase

Chrysoprase
Chrysoprase

Deepstone is a phenomenal deep rosy brown shade. The holographic effect on this one is amazing and it shows a glimmer of a plum shade in the right lighting.

Deepstone
Deepstone

Deepstone
Deepstone

Deepstone
Deepstone

Enchantress is a magical purple with blue shimmer. The camera did not capture the amazing bright teal blue shimmer. It is definitely enchanting with its color shifts and spell binding shimmer.

Enchantress
Enchantress

Enchantress
Enchantress

Mushroom Cloud is a thermal polish. When it's warm it shows a luscious orchid pink shade and when it's cold it is a deep stunning purple. It has a gorgeous shimmer that adds depth and dimension.

Mushroom Cloud
Mushroom Cloud

Mushroom Cloud after a dunk in cold water
Mushroom Cloud after a dunk in cold water


These are new releases and I have four more polishes to share with you. The Femme Fatale online store is closed until March 6, 2014. But you can get these polishes from the following distributors:

Harlow & Co. (Canada)
Color4Nails (USA)
Norway Nails (Norway)
Beauty So Fly (Singapore)
Mei Mei Signatures (Singapore)
Rainbow Connection (UK)


These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note that computer monitors and mobile devices may show colors differently.  

Femme Fatale - new holo polishes swatches and review - post one of three

Saturday, February 15, 2014


I love holo polishes. I just can't help it - They are my kryptonite. And these Femme Fatale polishes definitely fit the bill for super holo powers. 

The formula is wonderful. I only needed two coats for opacity and they applied smoothly and evenly.

Femme Fatale is based in Australia. I have to say they make some pretty amazing polish in Australia!

Let's take a look. All of these swatches are shown with two coats of polish. I simply cannot pick a favorite from these polishes. I have eight more to share with you after this so... stay tuned.

Gentlemen's Scuffle is an amazing holo teal shade. I am in love with this color. Did you know that the color Teal originates from a small freshwater duck called a Teal, whose eyes are surrounded by this color? It's very classy and dramatic, and is sure to smooth ruffled feathers.


Gentlemen's Scuffle
Gentlemen's Scuffle

Gentlemen's Scuffle
Gentlemen's Scuffle

Gentlemen's Scuffle
Gentlemen's Scuffle

Gentlemen's Scuffle
Gentlemen's Scuffle

Gentlemen's Scuffle
Gentlemen's Scuffle

Midnight Haze is a gorgeous holographic deep wine shade. It's a rich, mesmerizing shade that is chic and eye catching.

Midnight Haze
Midnight Haze

Midnight Haze
Midnight Haze

Midnight Haze
Midnight Haze

Midnight Haze
Midnight Haze

Midnight Haze
Midnight Haze

Noxious Mire is the complete opposite of its name. It is an amazing holo gold, but almost chartreuse shade. It is stunning. The holo in this one is spell binding.

Noxious Mire
Noxious Mire

Noxious Mire
Noxious Mire

Noxious Mire
Noxious Mire

Noxious Mire
Noxious Mire

Steamy Romance is a sexy, seductive, deep rose shade. The holo adds a romantic flair.

Steamy Romance
Steamy Romance

Steamy Romance
Steamy Romance

Steamy Romance
Steamy Romance

Steamy Romance
Steamy Romance

Steamy Romance
Steamy Romance

These are new releases. I can't wait to share the other holo polishes with you! The Femme Fatale online store is closed until March 6, 2014. But you can get these polishes from the following distributors:

Harlow & Co. (Canada)
Color4Nails (USA)
Norway Nails (Norway)
Beauty So Fly (Singapore)
Mei Mei Signatures (Singapore)
Rainbow Connection (UK)


These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note that computer monitors and mobile devices may show colors differently.  

Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies swatches

Thursday, July 25, 2013


I have a deep, dark, sultry glitter polish for you today - Femme Fatale Planar Anomalies. Planar Anomalies is a complex polish that is extremely difficult to photograph. It and my camera did not play nice together at all. But it’s a murky black base with a subtle pink to green shift. This delightful dark base is swimming with an assortment of grey, black, holo, purple and teal glitters.

This is two coats of Planar Anomalies. It definitely needs a thick topcoat as it is a chunky glitter. I used a coat of Gelous and another coat of Seche Vite. That smoothed it out to my liking.

The glitter flashes with a three dimensional look and catches the light to make this polish glitzy and glam.
 
Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies
Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies

Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies
Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies

Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies
Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies

Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies
Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies

Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies
Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies

Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies
Femme Fatale - Planar Anomalies

This is available from Llarowe so keep your eyes open and your browser pointed to Llarowe. Llarowe is a one-stop shopping site for those hard to find indie and international polishes. Make sure to follow Llarowe on Facebook to keep up with the current releases, restocks and new polishes.

These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note computer monitors may vary in color display. 
 

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