Wednesday, June 18, 2014

FingerPaints Pop Movement May Collection + Swatches


I've got yet another FingerPaints collection...ummm, just a couple from a collection that is, to share today.  This will get me caught up with FingerPaints releases as this is the last one I bought part of while it was out.  I've got the Pop Movement collection that was released for May.  You may still be able to find these in Sally's - check the clearance bins.
 First, the ones I did not purchase:
Paper Mache, Ka-Pow!, Art Deco Pink, Kitchy Tangerine

Now for the 2 that I did purchase, Kozmotology (left) and Three's A Party (right):
When I bought them, there was a promo going that if you bought 2 FingerPaints polishes you got a free wrap watch (I ended up with black, not pictured).  I elected to not purchase the 3rd glitter - Ka-Pow! - because it looked very close to one I had already bought from Sally Hansen (post should be coming soon).  I thought that I had polishes similar to the cremes in my stash already.
And swatches (I told you that you'd be seeing more of the Wet 'n Wild polishes), both on the wheel and on my nails:
Kozmotology and Three's A Party (same order above and below)
Kozmotology is one coat with minimal dabbing/placing
Three's A Party is 1-2 coats to get a good coverage (and going back in trying to get some red)
Undies: the blue is Coast to Coast, the purple is Trippin' On the Boardwalk

All of the glitters in the collection are matte hex.  In my notes, I've written that Kozmotology was the easier formula of the 2 to apply.  Three's A Party had a thinner/runnier base and the red glitters are very sparse.  Looking at my nail picture, I kind of like these together.  I definitely like the way that Three's A Party looks over the purple.

Did you pick up any polishes from the FingerPaints Pop Movement collection?  Do you like that more mainstream brands are going for more of an indie look with the matte finish and different combinations?  What other colors would you pair these glitters with?

**all items purchased by me
**my opinions are my own
**not sponsored/affiliated

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