This extreme angle shot is not particularily good, but you can tell what's going on, based on all these photos, right?
For all us vampy duo- and multichrome hoz out there, Hard Edged really delivers. Photos do not do it justice, since it's sometimes so hard to get darker, more subtle duochromes to stick to the lens - you'll just have to take my word for it when I say this one is absolutely fantastic. After I had finished the application I practically yelled "Where have you been all my life?!". I know, I'm sane like that.
Charcoal black, somewhat sheer, base, with a multichrome shimmer that ranges from a cool toned, almost pink leaning, red, via bronze and gold, to a subtle green in extreme angles. This is three coats.
I got this one for a couple £ off of British ebay, and I bet all of you who have access to the 60 Seconds line in stores will be able to find it. If you're like me, you need to!
No photos, but I did compare it to our beloved OPI Black Tie Optional, and they're in the same family, but not dupes. However, if you're really lemming Black Tie Optional, maybe this can make the time until you find it a little easier to endure.
Swedish word of the day:
kant -noun edge