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Thursday, August 13, 2015

GlitterDaze Radioactive Rainbow Collection Swatches & Review

Hi everyone! Today I have the new GlitterDaze collection to show you, called Radioactive Rainbow. It's a 10 shade collection of holographic lacquers. These are great for the tail end of Summer, nice and luminous but on the softer side. I didn't use top coat with these swatches, they dried quickly on their own.

First is Apo Calypso, a sky blue holographic. It was kinda sheer on the first layer, but it looked opaque on two coats. Although seeing my photo now, I wish I would have done one more.
GlitterDaze Apo Calypso

Atomic Candy is a blue toned soft purple holographic. This was also more sheer at first, but was fully opaque with two coats.
GlitterDaze Atomic Candy

This is Chemical Limeade, a lemon lime holographic. This one was slightly thicker, but easy to use. Two coats here. I think a lot of these don't appear super holo in photos but they are more so in real life.
GlitterDaze Chemical Limeade

Electromagnetic Bubble Gum is an adorable light candy pink holographic. It seemed more opaque on the first coat than some of the others; this is two coats.
GlitterDaze Electromagnetic Bubble Gum

Next we have Nuclear Geradium, a magenta pink holographic. This one was also more opaque. I used two coats.
GlitterDaze Nuclear Geradium

Radioactive Decay is a spring green holographic. This one appeared sheer at first, but only required two coats for full opacity.
GlitterDaze Radioactive Decay

Here is Red Hot Rays, a pinky red holographic. This was one of the higher coverage ones and had a little bit of a thicker formula. Two coats.
GlitterDaze Red Hot Rays

Retro Spectrum is a vibrant silver holographic. This is probably the most in-your-face holo in the collection. Easy application, two coats.
GlitterDaze Retro Spectrum

This guy is called Solar Contamination. It is a banana yellow holographic with a slightly thick formula. Two coats was all I needed.
GlitterDaze Solar Contamination

Last is Sun Kissed Wasteland, a peachy orange holographic. It had a higher coverage formula and was opaque in two coats.
GlitterDaze Sun Kissed Wasteland

These are all available now at the GlitterDaze website for $12 each. The GlitterDaze polishes always come in really cute boxes too, if you're into packaging like I am :) Let me know what you think of these dainty holos! Are you ready for Summer to be over or are you sad it's almost Fall? I'm more of a Fall girl, but I definitely enjoy my Summer shades!

❤ Kellie
The products mentioned were provided for an honest review.
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