Review: Kolt Dual Chrome Swatches and Review
I’m sorry for falling off the face of the polish earth. I’ve been around, just not around on the blog so much. I’m quite a few days behind on the 31 Day Challenge but I will work on getting caught up. Thanksgiving had me SUPER busy (if you follow me on Twitter or Instagram you know how much I had to cook!), and afterward I’ve just been going through a blah phase I think. I actually hadn’t repainted my nails after Day 22, and my Gangnam style nails didn’t get removed until 2 days ago!
But anyway, I’m getting back into it because I’m WAY behind on things I need to show you guys. Today I’ve got a Brazilian brand that’s completely new to me, Kolt Dual Chromes! When I received these from Harlow & Co. I decided right away that I was going to layer them. I used A England Camelot (my faaaaaaaavorite black nail polish) as my base for each polish.
This post is SUPER picture heavy so I’m putting it behind a cut. I used 2 coats of each polish over one coat of black. I’ll go over application and formula in my final thoughts since it was similar for all 7 polishes.
Gold Strong didn’t have the strongest shift for me. It’s a gorgeous gold-pink dual chrome in the bottle, but layered over black it was more of a greenish gold. Still pretty though! Perhaps I need to layer it over a different color to get a stronger dual chrome effect.
Universe shifts subtlety from a purple to a blue. My camera hates blurple polishes, but take my word for it when I say the different between the purple and the blue is slightly more noticeable in person. You can see the shift the best in the macro shot here.
Vintage is a little frosty, but it seems like most pearl/opalescent nail polishes like this have that unavoidable frost tendency. This one had a strong shift from purple to green. I think I’ll have fun stamping with this one!
Every single one of the Kolt Dual Chrome nail polishes had a great formula! Not too thin and not too thick. When I layered them over black I could have stopped at 1 coat, but 2 coats had a more concentrated look that I preferred. The brushes on each of my bottles was a nice length and easy to work with. My top picks from this collection are Aurora Boreal, Gold Strong, Explosive and Bionic.
Kolt polishes are Big 3-Free and will be available for purchase starting today at 12pm (Noon) at Harlow & Co.! They retail for $7.00 per 8 ml bottle of nail polish. You can also follow Harlow & Co. on their Facebook or Twitter pages. ^_^
* The product(s) in this post were sent to me for unbiased review consideration.