Cosmic Forces features a wide variety of pink circle and hexagonal holographic and metallic glitter in a dark magenta jelly base. The formula on this one was nice and it applied well, but I had to fish for the large circle glitter. Dry time was slow. I used two coats
Oceanic Forces features a wide variety of blue circle and hexagonal holographic and metallic glitter in a dark teal jelly base. This one was my favorite! The formula was beautiful and it applied like a dream. Dry time was slow. I used two coats.
Dark Forces features a wide variety of circle and hexagonal holographic silver glitter in a black jelly base. I never thought I'd be saying this, but...there's too much glitter. Specifically, there was way too much circle glitter. The polish was also thick, so getting it to spread nicely was a nightmare. Oh, and thank goodness for Seche Vite, because I'm not sure Dark Forces would have ever dried without it! I have heard of one other person complaining of a sludge-like consistency, but the customer service department over at Llarowe told me that they haven't gotten any complaints about this polish. It is a mystery! On the plus side, the concept is very pretty and only two coats are needed to reach full opacity.
I really love these (the depth and sparkle is to die for!), but I just wish the quality was a little more consistent.
Emily de Molly polishes cost $13 for 12mL on Llarowe. Emily de Molly is also sold on Etsy, Femme Fatale, Shoppe Eclecticco, and Norway Nails. You can stay up-to-date on Emily de Molly news by following them on Facebook.
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