Picture Polish has just added three more shades to their lineup: Mask-a-rade (a multichrome rainbow glitter), Monroe (a vampy wine with tiny holographic sparkles), and Peacock (a green glitter in a purple jelly base). I think these are three of the coolest colors I've seen from Picture Polish so far, so I took way too many pictures of them.
Picture Polish Mask-a-rade, two coats over black creme. This is a multichrome rainbow glitter in a clear base, so it really needs to be applied over an opaque base color to show up. It's very much like the Ozotic Elytra glitters, if you've ever used those. In fact, Mask-a-rade looks like all three Elytra colors mixed together in one bottle. Same kind of bright, shiny, color-changing glitter, same clear base, same texture, everything. This polish is amazing. It has every color in the rainbow in it and each glitter particle shifts colors with only the slightest change in angle or lighting. The only downside is that it would take four or more coats to be opaque enough to wear it alone, but that's okay because to me, it looks better layered than alone.
Picture Polish Monroe, three coats. This one's a dark, vampy wine jelly with some teeny tiny cute little holographic shimmer flecks in it. It's not strongly holographic; the hologram particles are just an accent. The jelly finish helps to not drown out the holographic sparkles, you can see them through the base color so it has more depth than a plain creme with glitter.
Picture Polish Peacock, three coats. This is a deep blue-toned purple jelly base with lots and lots of irregular-shaped blue-green glitter. It actually looks surprisingly dark on the nail and it's not as sheer as I thought it would be. It would probably be best layered over a purple (if you felt like layering), because layering over black completely hides the purple color of the base:
I think these colors are awesome, but I do think the formula could use some improvement. It's not terrible, but for $13.50 AUD per bottle, I'm surprised at how thick and slow-drying it is compared to other polishes in that price range. That said, these three are my favorite Picture Polish colors so far. Mask-a-rade is stunning. It really is amazing and there aren't many polishes like it; the only ones I know of that are similar are the Ozotic Elytra polishes. Monroe and Peacock are okay, but Mask-a-rade is really the star of this collection.
The Opulence Collection is available now from Picture Polish, and they do ship internationally.
(This was sent for review.)