2013 Color Club Halo Hues

22 Jan

colorclubhalohuescollage2013I am very excited about this new Halo Hues collection by Color Club! I am not sure what its official collection name is (or if it’s an extension to the 2012 Color Club Halo Hues collection). It seems like Color Club hasn’t “officially” released these 6 new spankin’ colors! However, I was able to get my hands on these today and let me be the one to tell you that this collection is a MUST HAVE!

This new collection has 6 colors and they are: Beyond, Cosmic Fate, Kismet, Over The Moon, Miss Bliss and Eternal Beauty. All of these colors are linear holos. The application were very good for most of the colors.

Here’s the first of the six colors. This one is called Beyond. This is my favorite one from this collection!
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This is a grey charcoal linear holo polish. It applied very well. One could easily get away with only one coat. One coat is opaque enough. This is two coats with no topcoat. Is this a dupe for OPI’s HTF My Private Jet (the original holo) version? Possibly so. I, unfortunately, do not have the original one. This is the first thought that came to my mind when I swatched this one. If there is someone out there that does have the original OPI’s MPJ holo version – please let me know if this looks like a dupe for it!

The next one is called Cosmic Fate.
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Cosmic Fate is a light-colored copper linear holo polish that is almost pink-like. Its application wasn’t bad. You will definitely need two coats to reach opacity. This is two coats with no topcoat. I was suprised by how nice it looked with my skin tone. Depending on how the light hits the nails, it can shift from copper to rosy pink hues.

The next one is called Kismet.
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Kismet is a lime green linear holo polish. It needed two coats to achieve opacity. This is two coats with no topcoat. I am very pleased with how it seems like it shifts from green tones to gold undertones. Again, it all depends on how the nails reflect off the light.

The next one is called Over The Moon.
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Over The Moon is a sky blue linear holo polish. It only needed one coat to achieve opacity. The photo shown is two coats with no topcoat. I find this color to be the most bold one from this collection. I love it!

The next one is called Miss Bliss.
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Miss Bliss is a medium pink linear holo polish. It only needed one coat to achieve opacity. This is two coats with no topcoat. I do wish Color Club was a little more bold in the shade of pink they have picked for this collection.

The last one is called Eternal Beauty.
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This is a medium purple linear holo polish. It only needed one coat to achieve opacity. This is two coats with no top coat. I love all things purple. Needless to say, this is my second favorite of the collection.

Would I recommend this? You can bet your holographic butt that I’m going to say YES! I give this 5 out of 5 stars! Color Club Halo Hues are one of the best holographic polish collections out there. It is not streaky at all and has excellent application. Halo Hues polishes also do very well in stamping. They do not chip as easily as other polishes out there. If you’re a fan of holographic things, you must have this collection. I am not sure when this collection will be offically released. You can check http://www.shopcolorclub.com/ for further news to the release of this collection or you may contact me privately by email to inquire about purchasing these polishes.

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One Response to “2013 Color Club Halo Hues”

  1. workplaypolish February 1, 2013 at 10:29 pm #

    Great swatches!! I need these polishes!

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