This is Rent. Mmm... Bottled nebula!
Doesn't look like much, but still, added on top of a creme, it really sparks up! To my eyes the glitzy particles looked like microglitter, but in this macro shot, we can tell it's actually fleck like glitter. The shimmer is that duochrome many of the polishes in this collection were gifted with, and you know how I feel about that. It's very subtle, but it's there.
Next up is Thoroughly Modern Millie. Oooh, nebula.
Look at it! Oh my. It completely alters the matte polish I used as a base. And you can tell it has that duochrome pigment too. Pure love.
Last, Mamma Mia. Not the best bottle shot, but this is my third little personal nebula.
Fewer pictures, but I hope you get the idea anyway. It's that damn absent sun. However, the third sister in this trio, the same pretty glitter, the same subtle duochrome pigment, in a reddish base.
How do you like this little family? I know it's weird when I'm crazy about sheer polishes, but these really have something. They are the same but still different. The same idea in different packaging- or rather, differently tinted bases. From less to more, but not necessarily on a similar scale in importance. My favourite is Thoroughly Modern Millie. It has the right amount of things going on to be a perfect layering polish.
From this collection I also have Man of La Mancha. I have yet to show it to you some day. If you want me to.
Swedish word of the day:
lager -noun layer, coat
not to be confused with
lager -noun lager, beer
For obvious reasons.