I strongly suggest you magnify these photos, as Blogger seems to have added the weird feature of automatically convert to web color palette in posts.
First, some bottles:
Your Web Or Mine? Frosty rosy pink.
Into the Night. Dark pearly blue.
Just Spotted the Lizard. The Chanel Péridot dupe - multichrome tealish gold.
My Boyfriend Scales Walls. Slightly greyed white creme.
I did some quick wheel swatching, while we're all waiting for my upcoming time off and ability to fully swatch:
Completely different order, but spotting which is which shouldn't be that hard.
As usual, I'm going to apologize about these photos, but I had been working all night and the weather was kind of dull when I got back home. I'm really hoping for some sun about the midst of the upcoming week, and I'll give you the full swatches we all want!
I'll review these colors more thoroughly as I swatch them, but let's talk about first impressions here. I have been looking forward to this collection a lot, and perhaps I'm a tiny tad disappointed in the finishes of the shimmers, but the good parts will make up for the less good ones, as the people azre finally given an easily accessible salon formula dupe for the already legendary Chanel Péridot in Just Spotted the Lizard. Out of these, I'm feeling the dark blue Into the Night as well, despite the rather fine, frosty like shimmer. Let's see what these are like on actual human nails. A white creme is perhaps not on top of my wishlist, but I trust someone will need a new one. And yes, I realize I have to make a comment on Your Web Or Mine?, but I wish I rather didn't have to, as I find it horrendous. Definitely far from youthful, but perhaps a granny or two will be pleased.
I really really wish I had the rest of the shades, especially the grey Number One Nemesis and the crackle Shatter the Scales, but let's all rely on the fact that this nail polish circle of ours is a true community, and the some of the other bloggers will show us the rest!
Swedish word of the day:
Spindelmannen -noun The Spider-Man
It's what we call him in Swedish.