Enchanted Fables – Locations
Our fourth installment of our incredibly popular annual release, Enchanted Fables. These collections are inspired by various fairy-tales. Our 2020 release is themed around locations from popular magical stories. These shades are limited edition and only available for this one presale.
Candy Cottage: Pastel neon peach-orange (cold) to a yellow (warm) with a violet hue. Please note that this is more of a muted neon, and that colour may vary from swatches as neon-types are very hard to photograph 100% accurately. Opaque in 3 coats, may dry slightly matte due to the pigments used. As with all thermal shades ensure your unit is kept well sealed in a dark location. Thermal transitions slow over time so we always recommend using them sooner rather than later to get the most out of your bottle.
This shade is named after the witch’s house from Grimm’s Hansel & Gretel.
A warm terracotta red base with golden-green shine, and faint scattered holographic particles.
Kuzco is a softened red nail polish with a strong green-gold shimmer and a satin-type finish.
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A navy (cold) to beige (warm) thermal with reddish glow. The shifting time is a slower on this one and it also requires a higher temperature than our other thermals to show to warm state. A lot of the time this one will sit midway between the navy and beige (usually a sea green), and we recommend 3-4 coats.
Please note a thermal has an expected transitioning period of between 6-12 months, and must be kept well sealed in a cool, dark environment to help prolong it’s activity.
The Enchanted Fables original release (April 2016) was a 22 piece collection inspired by some of our favourite heroines and damsels in distress from several classic sources/writers. The sequel collection (Villains) is based upon the dark and sinister souls of some of the same (and more) works. This release is LIMITED EDITION.
for more swatches and a review please visit: http://glitterfingersss-en.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/femme-fatale-enchanted-fables-villains.html