Ninja Polish, a new US-based online retailer for hard-to-find import polishes, has just released their very own house brand polish. Their first collection, called Facets, consists of three different multichromatic glitter polishes, all based on real life color-changing gemstones: Alexandrite, Zultanite, and this one, Color Changing Garnet:
Ninja Polish Color Changing Garnet (four coats). This is a semi-sheer polish when worn on its own. The base consists of tiny multichromatic shimmer particles (think Clarins 230) and it's peppered with multicolored glitter. The base starts off with a garnet red hue and shifts to orange, gold and green. The glitter also changes with the angle, starting off looking dominantly red and bronze and flashing to purple and gold. The multichrome effect in this is very strong, even worn by itself. But, if you want to turn it up a notch, try layering it over a darker base color:
Awesome polish. You know me, if it's duochrome or glitter it's pretty much instant love, but this one is duochrome AND glitter, so it's even better. The color change is very, very strong and the formula is good. I think it's an absolute steal for only $11, especially considering the price of all the comparable import duochromes that have bad formula and tiny bottles.
(This was sent for review.)