The Colt is a dark grey with red shimmer. Super opaque, a one coater but I used two here. Dries dull, in fact all of these do, but a layer of top coat brings out the shine of course. They all also dry really fast!
Stolen Grace is an ice blue holographic. This is a bit thin but pretty nice to apply. Goes on a little brushstrokey, the formula is almost on the frosty side but not quite. This is three coats, but you might be able to get away with just two.
Purgatory is a light grey/brown/purple shifting holographic. Same formula as Stolen Grace. I like this color a lot, it's unexpected! Three coats, but again you may only need two.
Lucifer's Cage is a medium dusty blue holographic. Has a great formula, still thin but a breeze to apply. Two coats for this guy.
Wayward Son is a medium dusty moss green holographic. This has the same formula as Lucifer's Cage, I used two coats here too.
Moose is a chocolate brown holographic. The holo particles are bigger in this one, and it practically applied itself! Great opacity, two coats. I looooove brown holos, this is stunning.
Croatoan is a dark, rusty red holographic. Same formula as Moose, two coats for this one as well. I am dazzled by these extra sparkly holos, more please Jess!
Holy Fire is a golden bronze full coverage flakie polish with added holographic sparkle. Excellent application and reaches full opacity on two coats. Dries down flat, not gritty. Super gorgeous!
Angel Blade is a bright silver metallic holographic with silver flakies. I thought this would be the same formula as Holy Fire, but this has a colored base and Holy Fire doesn't. Still has a great formula, looks like it has brushstrokes when first applied but they disappear upon dry down. Two coats. This is seriously epic and you need it.
The King of Hell is a fiery red metallic with a flash of gold. This applied really well considering how metallic it is. A tad brushstrokey but they aren't as apparent in person as they look in the swatch. Two coats for this gentleman.
Singer Auto Salvage has a murky greeny brown jelly base with gold holographic microglitter. Great formula, opaque on two coats. Dries gritty as most glitters do so use a thick top coat. Seems more yellow/brown in person, this one was tricky to capture. Of course I love this!
Baby has a black jelly base with silver holographic microglitter. Same formula as Singer Auto Salvage but more opaque, two coats here. Very blingy!
So ends the Men of Letters collection, next are the new "polish of the month" colors!
August 2016 a yellow-green holographic with holographic silver microglitter. Excellent formula, like all of the other polish of the month shades. Two coats
September 2016 a black holographic with holographic silver microglitter. Same formula as August, applies like butter and is opaque in two coats.
These polishes will be available for pre-order on Friday, August 26 at 11am EST on the Nine Zero website. The pre-order goes for a week, through Friday, September 2 at 11:59pm EST, with shipping starting September 6th. Prices very from $9 to $11 each, or purchase the full collection for $120 and save $6. August 2016 is available now for $11. September 2016 would normally go on sale in September, but she's releasing it the same day as the Men of Letters collection, also for $11. Be sure to let me know what you think of these shades! Are you a Supernatural fan??
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