The Cosmologically Speaking series has been done twice before from Different Dimension, each annually. I have lusted after the previous collections but sadly haven't gotten to try any until now. The shades for the series this year all have duochrome-y jewel tone bases with scattered holographic "sparks". Mine seem to be a bit chunky, but I have heard from other bloggers that this is not the case with the polishes being sent to buyers, so no worries on that. The chunks are probably the holo bits sticking together, so there was some texture even after a layer of top coat.
Houston, We Have a Problem has a magenta to purple base with flashes of hot pink with scattered holographic sparks. Great opacity, two coats.
SpaceX is a peach to pink with a strong pink flash and scattered holographic sparks. This has the heaviest amount of holographic bits, very blingy. I thought this would be more sheer, but I got full coverage in two coats!
International Space Station (ISS) is a medium teal with scattered holographic sparks. The duochrome in this one is not as strong but it's still there. Another two-coater.
The Eagle Has Landed is a dark purple with strong copper shimmer and scattered holographic sparks. My favorite in the collection! Two coats.
Hubble is a cobalt blue to light blue duochrome with scattered holographic sparks. Great opacity, almost a one coater but this is two.
These are available on the Different Dimension website now for $10 each or $45 for the full collection. What do you think of these shades? I think they are outta this world! ;)
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