Powder Perfect: Camelot Collection Swatches & Review
Hi! I come to you from chilly Seattle where it’s been SNOWING! It’s pretty strange for it to snow here in early November so I am beyond excited. I hope this is pointing to how this Winter will go. Gimme all the snow! If you’ve been checking out my Insta Story, you already know all about this! Also, I went LIVE on Insta the other day! I decided to just do it impromptu and it was sorta fun! Amd nerve-wracking but fun! I’ll announce if I do them in the future. :)
Today I have a long awaited post of some colors from Powder Perfect. This collection was released around Springtime of this year. So here is another dose of Spring in the midst of our unusually chilly weather! Haha!
Lancelot is a multichrome that shifts from gold to green to blue with a scattered holographic effect. 2 coats.
Morgan Le Fay is a coppery brown metallic with a subtle but linear holographic effect. 2 coats.
Excalibur has a gunmetal base with a scattered holographic effect and scattered holographic microglitter. It dries with texture so it can be worn that way or with top coat. I did 2 coats without top coat.
Guinevere is a darkened berry colored polish that borders between purple and magenta with a warm scattered holographic effect. 2 coats but it’s a one-coater.
King Arthur is a deep indigo metallic with a scattered holographic effect. This is just gorgeous. I could get lost staring at it. 2 coats.
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