Wet and Wild Wild Shine Eggplant Frost

This 'aint your Grammie's frost, gentle readers. This is flashy, shimmery, colour shift-y, delicious duochrome fun in a little bottle "frost". A purple jelly packed with shimmer that flashes and dances and shifts from green to teal to blue to, surprisingly, brilliant slashes of fuchsia. It is really pretty. And difficult as hell to photograph. I did my best. I wanted to shoot a little video but my camera won't focus in on it well enough to show all of the colour play. (I really do need a new camera.) I applied one coat over yesterday's Wet and Wild Blackmail. (See my previous post to see that colour.) And topped it with Seche. For a jelly, this colour really holds it's own and even applied over black, shows as purple in all light.

Okay, here are pictures:





Indoor light, no flash.

 Indoor light, with flash.

 Outdoors in slightly diffused sunlight, no flash. 




Same as above. 

Please do click to enlarge to see more of the shimmery, duochrome-y goodness. If you look for it, you can see the fuchsia. I wish I could have captured the brilliant flashes of that colour. It really is amazing. Sorry about the fingerprints on the bottle... I usually try to avoid them. I thought about re shooting but I don't have enough battery power, right now. 

The formula is nice. Not too thick, not runny. Easy to use. The brush is standard round. I prefer a wide brush but this handled just fine. Dry time is pretty quick, especially with Seche and cleanup is pretty easy. I am kind of interested to see how this looks alone, not layered.

If you are in the mood for a fun, new purple and don't want to pay an arm and a leg, you might want to check this one out.

Thank you for popping in. Have a great evening and may your polish never bubble.