Color Club Enchanted Holiday Swatches and Review



Like the Halloween set, these are so cute!

Holiday Gems, sold separately.


Enchanted Holiday 1 coat with Seche Vite topcoat.  Very opaque and I don't care for golds too much but this one looked really good on me.


Magic Elf 2 coats with Seche Vite topcoat.  A shimmery green with golden flecks.  I think I could have used a 3rd coat since it's a bit sheer.  I love this one!


Snowflakes 2 coats with Seche Vite topcoat.  This was difficult to apply it was very thick.

At first glace I thought this might be a dupe for China Glaze's Glacier but it was not.  The light colored glitter is kind of the same but that's where the similarity ends.  There are bits of white glitter mixed in to give it the "snow" effect which I liked.  I'm a sucker for odd glitter!


Wish List Red 1 coat with Seche Vite topcoat.  That wasn't a typo, ONE coat.  I love 1 coaters!  This dries gritty so you will need a thick topcoat.  This is looking dupey with ChG Ruby Pumps and Nubar Ruby Red Glitz with it's fine red glitter in a red base.  Whenever I'm feeling the red glitter I know I will be reaching for this one.


So now it's time to spam you with layered over black pictures!  These are all 1 coat over 1 coat of Color Club Bewitching.





I think these all look fantastic over black.

I really like this whole set.  Wish List Red and Enchanted Holiday are so opaque you only need 1 coat.    Snowflakes was thick and goopy, maybe needs thinner but I still like the look.  My favorite was Magic Elf, such an interesting green I don't own anything like it.  I want to franken with it lol.

I haven't had a chance to try the decals or gems yet so I will show you a look with them later. :)

This set is available now and retails for about $8.50 at most etailers (I like Victoria Nail Supply).

These were sent to me for review.

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