Elysium is the first shade in the anniversary duo, a silver holographic with a mix of sparkling microglitters and fuchsia to green shifting ultra chrome flakies. I don't know what kind of holo pigments they are using down there in Australia...but I'm in love! It seems kinda subtle at first glance, then hits you in the face with rainbow fire. I can't even describe it really. This is almost a one coater, which is impressive for a silver. I used two layers here.
Utopia is a vibrant pink holographic with sparkling holo microglitters and ultra chrome flakies. Same formula as Elysium, two coats here as well. These make a great pair, a super duo to celebrate Powder Perfect's third year!
There are 10 shades in the Egyptology Series Part III and I have six of them to show you today. They all had pretty similar formulas, a finish they are calling a "holo-twist", a fine microglitter polish crossed with a holographic for a smoother, sparkly finish. Goes on like a dream, not thick or difficult to apply. A little less opaque, so I built them up in three coats for 100% coverage. They dry slightly gritty, so you'll want a thick top coat.
Ra is inspired by the ancient Egyptian sun god and is a silver based holo-twist lacquer with a golden hue.
Mother Goddess is named after the goddess Isis, whose parents where the sky and the earth. This blue polish was inspired by tears Isis cried for her murdered husband, Osiris.
Hathor is designed to represent the feminine goddess who represented joy, love, and motherhood. A juicy hot pink with small sparkling microglitters and coral flakies within a holographic base.
Osiris was the god of the afterlife, usually shown as being mummified, with green skin, hence the emerald green of this holo-twist polish, filled with microglitters in various shades.
Horus was often depicted as a falcon, or with the head of a falcon placed on a man’s body. This is a dark maroon with sparkling red glitters and holographic particles. This is one you might be able to get away with two coats on, it's a little more opaque.
Divine Pharaoh is a glittering silver holo microglitter with a subtle green reflect and metallic copper and gold glitters, that represent pharaohs and their treasures.
The remaining shades in the collection are Heka, a purple, Scarab, a teal blue, Weighing the Heart, a pink, and Saqqara, a sunset orange. These polishes are all available now, either on the Powder Perfect Australian site or their US site. They are all $13 each. Let me know what you think about these! I'm kind of head over heels for them!
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