A taste of SUPERFICIALLY COLORFUL : Swatches and Review

Hi there, my darlings! This afternoon, as always as part of our featured event, I'd like to share with you my review of a few products from Superficially Colorful. I've already gushed about how much I love Jin and now it's time to gush about how much I love her products--my first experience with them was VERY favorable!

Part of the My Favorite Things collection inspired by bits and pieces of stories, jokes and funny moments with Jin's besties, I've Never Been Ginger is "a tardis blue and holographic glitter in a dark blue jelly base, with a strong reference to Doctor Who." Smooth, easy application and formula--it went on like butter and dried super quick! The swatches below show 2 generous coats, topped with 1 generous coat of Glisten & Glow's HK Girl topcoat. So sparkly!

With flash!

From Valentine’s Day collection Troubled Love, I Will Survive is "a dark berry red jelly with holographic glitter in different sizes." Jellies tend to be fairly sheer but I was delighted to see that this was not--the swatches below show just 3 thin coats, with 1 generous coat of Glisten & Glow's HK Girl topcoat. I'm seriously in love with this one--you know, I love my berries!

With flash!

From the St. Patrick’s Day Sham-Rockin’ collection, Stouting is "a very dark forest green holographic polish." No complaints at all with the formula or application--the swatches below show just 2 thin coats by itself. Such a rich, deep shade of green!

With flash!

Tsahik is "part of the Life On Pandora collection of holographic neon polishes, inspired by the glowing neon colors of the star Pandora, as they are portrayed in the movie Avatar." One of my personal favorites in this bunch, Tsahik is "a bright holographic orange/coral red polish." Lovely formula and application, the swatches below show just 2 easy coats by itself. This shade is oh-so-gorgeous and perfect for warmer weather!

With flash!

Part of the Mood Swings collection of thermochromic shimmer polishes, Fascinated is "a thermochromic nail polish which changes from a dark cold purple with blue, violet and fuchsia shimmer to a medium cornflower blue / blurple." This beauty dried just a smidgen on the matte side sot the swatches below show 2 coats, topped with 1 generous coat of Glisten & Glow's HK Girl topcoat. How seriously amazing is this color?! I almost died!

With flash!

And in its warm/hot state, it's just as gorgeous!

Part of the Valentine’s Day collection Troubled Love, Foolish Heart is "a thermal polish that changes colors from dark crimson blue-ish mulberry red when cold to a fire red when warm." This sexy shade applied beautifully--the swatches below show 2 coats, topped with 1 generous coat of Glisten & Glow's HK Girl topcoat. Another instant favorite!

With flash!

And in its warm/hot state, it's a fiery red!

So there you have it, my darlings! A taste of Superficially Colorful's polishes which can be found HERE--prices vary depending on the polish.  For  more info, you can find Jin on the social media sites below :


Which of these gorgeous polishes are YOUR favorites? I'd love to hear from you in the comments section below!

Until next time,

****Products were sent to me for an honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.****

1 comment

  1. I don't have a deep green holo, so I'd love Stouting to fill that gap. I also love Foolish Heart, but my favorite off all these beauties would have to be I've Never Been Ginger! just for the Doctor Who reference.


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