Friday, December 4, 2009

Entity Metallic Enamel Collection

Take a look at these Entity polishes for fall/winter. I'm just little confused about the name...these are definitely more shimmers than they are metallics. But these colors are wonderful--rich hues that glide on so smoothly.



Mauve is not a color I expected to like, but like it I do. In this one you can actually pick up some of the metallic-ness, but it's mostly a shimmer finish.


SO glad this one isn't named Chocolate Something or Something Chocolate. I mean, I love chocolate as much as the next person (probably more, actually, now that I think about it) but not every freaking brown polish needs to be compared to a Hershey bar! I guess now would be a good time to announce its actual name, Dark Cinnamon. Very accurate moniker, actually. A deep, warm brown with red and brown shimmer. Love it.

Burgundy is a warm berry hue that gleams in the light. Not really anything earth-shattering, but I can see myself wearing it.


Scarlet is sort of similar to Burgundy, but redder. (More red?) Pretty fall color.

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The name Red is kind of boring. In my opinion, they should have gone with Effing Gorgeous, something along those lines. Red polish with bright red shimmer, almost a glitter, I would say. I've had this one on for a few days now.


Another stunna. Navy blue with bright blue shimmer/glitter; it's pretty much red's fraternal twin. In the sunlight this one is unbelieveable.



Again, not so creative with the names. But Entity Beauty has a great nail polish formula. I can't wait for their next collection. The Metallic Enamel Collection is from fall/winter 2009.

[Sample]

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