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Friday, June 17, 2016

Celestial Cosmetics The Valyrio Collection and More Swatches & Review

Good day to you my friends, how's it going? I've had an interesting week, but things are hopefully calming down now haha. I've got a bunch of polishes from Celestial Cosmetics to show you today, courtesy of Color4Nails online nail polish store.

The first six polishes make up the Valyrio collection, inspired by Game of Thrones and designed by my awesome fellow blogger Chris from Serenity Nails! If you want to learn more about her inspirations for the polishes and what their names mean, please check out her post on the collection here.

Dracarys is a red linear holographic with golden highlights and red microglitter. This applied really well and was opaque in two coats. It's super fiery with the glitters and intense holo flame!
Celestial Cosmetics Dracarys

Kastamiro Damior is a blackened teal blue with shifting sparkle that ranges from teal to blue to purple. This one was thin and slightly runny, so I had to be slightly more careful with my application. Two coats. I have seen similar polish shades, but I think the twinkling of the glimmer bits in this makes it stand out.
Celestial Cosmetics Kastamiro Damior

Kirimvos is a slightly turquoise-y emerald green linear holographic with green opal translucent flakies. Ahh the good ol' days of flakies, we need more of them! This applied easily, but seemed a bit sheer on the first coat. But even so I just needed one more to get the depth of color in the bottle on my nails.
Celestial Cosmetics Kirimvos

Daria Zaldrizoti is a vibrant pink to red to orange shimmer duochrome. This didn't have the most obvious shift in bright light, but it is apparent in lower light. This one was on the thinner side but I only needed two coats for opacity.
Celestial Cosmetics Daria Zaldrizoti

Lilagon is an earthy green shimmer metallic with gold to green duochrome properties. Another one I didn't find to be as shifty as one would normally imagine for a duochrome, but still quite beautiful. Slightly runny, but not as much as the teal shimmer. I will never not like this color of polish, it's so gorgeous to me!
Celestial Cosmetics Lilagon

Sesir Kipi is a gleaming mid-tone cobalt blue with green/gold shimmer and green flakes. Another awesome formula, two coats for full coverage. This is stunning, insanely pretty! Just a note, I had the slightest bit of a blue tinge on my cuticles when I removed this so it's possible it may stain. I always double up on my base coat for blues like this just in case.
Celestial Cosmetics Sesir Kipi

The next three polishes are limited edition shades released a while ago, so you may not be able to find them as easily, my apologies.

Sweet Pea was the polish of the month shade for April 2016. This is a deep robust grape linear holographic with red to purple to gold shifting pigment, green shimmer, and scattered blue and green flakie bits. Fabulous formula, no issues at all, opaque in two coats.
Celestial Cosmetics LE April 2016 Sweet Pea

Hawthorn is the LE edition shade for May 2016. It's a pearly pale pink holo with rose gold flakes and subtle red shimmer. This had really great opacity, quite surprising for such a light shade. Opaque in two coats, went on without fuss or streaks!
Celestial Cosmetics LE May 2016 Hawthorn

Celestial Dream is a summery purple linear holographic with pink microflake shimmer. Another fabulous formula, two coats. This shade was created for the brand's three year celebration, yay!
Celestial Cosmetics Celestial Dream

You can purchase Celestial Cosmetics nail polishes on the Color4Nails website. They range in price from $7 to $11.50. Let me know what you think of these lovely lacquers! And be sure to give Serenity Nails some love if you are digging the Valyrio shades! Happy Friday cookies :)

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