I've had this Scherer Chameleon polish in my collection for ages and I've never ever used it. I had heard horror stories about the formula, so I just put it in a drawer and forgot about it until a few weeks ago when I saw it and thought... Hey, what the hell... Let's try it.
Scherer Chameleon Blue Sky. You know what? It turned out to be GREAT. I honestly had no problems with the formula or application; it was nice and smooth, not too runny, surprisingly opaque. Blue Sky is a chrome-like periwinkle blue with purple duochrome when I look at it straight on. Changes in angle reveal darker blue, teal, green and a faint hint of gold multichrome on top of the blue chrome base. It's a bit frosty, but as it dries it appears more chrome/metallic than frost.
I did three super thin coats. It has a very dense yet strangely thin feeling (but not runny or watery) formula. It dries so flat and thin that at three coats it still felt like there was nothing on my nails. Dry time was amazing, lightning fast. I've always heard that these were awful so I was really pleased and surprised at how well this applied and how very multichromatic it was.
I have a couple other Chameleons that I've never used, but now I feel like trying them!
Monday, August 22, 2011
Posted by Scrangie at 8:00 AM