Good morning everyone! I am back with the second half of the new Bioshock Inspired Collection by Conjured Polish. This collection consists of 6 unique blends inspired by various aspects of the franchise Bioshock. I shared the first half yesterday so please check out that post if you missed it.
First up today we have my favorite from the collection, Our Lady Elizabeth. This is a lovely light blue shade with very fine silver holographic glitter mixed in. Along with the lovely shade of blue, this beauty glows blue in the dark. Application was smooth and formula was very easy to work with. In my photos I am wearing three coats of Our Lady Elizabeth.
Next up we have Comstock House. This is a shimmer gold blend that glows green in the dark. I am sharing a pic of the glow mostly to show how faint it is. It is not your standard bright in your face glow and more of a starlight twinkle. In my photos I am wearing three coats of Comstock.
Lastly we have Big Daddy. This is camouflage green with a silver shimmer and changes to a yellow green when exposed to hot temps. This blend is pretty sheer and when it color changes it seems even more sheer. I would recommend good thick layers or a base color to get a solid opaque finish. In my photos I am wearing four coats of Big Daddy.
So what do you think of the Bioshock Collection? The consistency is nice and the colors play well with each other. This collection will be available on Sept 8th but until them be sure to check out all that Conjured Polish has to offer and give them a follow on Facebook for up to date info. Also note for every bottle sold the maker will donate $1 to Wounded Warrior Project so not only do you get lacquer, you are helping a great cause that is very dear to the maker. Thank you so much for stopping by, be sure to enter out giveaway down below and I will see you this evening with a new 31 Day Challenge mani. <3
These products were sent to me for review purposes but that does not influence my personal opinion.
Our Lady Elizabeth is such a pretty blue and glows so well! I like that one lots.