Swatches | Night and Day Duo + Rainbow Cremes by Moonflower Polish

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You guys, I am so beyond excited to share today’s swatch and review with you! I have both the Day and Night duo as well as the Rainbow Creme collection releasing from the brand new Moonflower Polish! These polishes are specifically intended to be stamping polishes, you may use them as a traditional polish if you were and they will be incredibly pigmented.  Nadia has tested these polishes for months and months and you can totally see that reflected in this finished product.

I do have the minis to share with you and they were sent for review, they will retail for $7.50 full size (or $70 set of 10) and $4.50 per each 7ml minis (or $40 set of 10.) For the Day and Night Duo the prices will be $7.50 full size, or $14 for the set with the mini option retailing for $4.50 per mini and$8 for the mini set. For any order over $50 you may use coupon code FREESHIP and receive free shipping. They are releasing for preorder on February 15th and the first 10 orders will ship right away!

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All of my swatches will be on a base of Tux Polish’s Pure and Onyx with a gel topcoat, before being finished off with SuperChic Lacquer’s Liquid Macro. Liquid Macro did cause a little bit of dragging on some of the images but Out The Door and Seche Vite have been tested with good results. 

For all of the images today I used 2 reverse images on the Moyra stamping plate 03 ornaments. I did have a bit of trouble picking these up using my clear stamper on this plate so all stamps were done today using my Creative Shop stamper. I had no problem using my clear stamper to pick them up on a bornprettystore.com plate.

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nochebottle
Noche stamped over white under artificial lighting.
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Noche macro.

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diabottle
Dia over black under artificial lighting.
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Dia over black macro.
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Dia stamped over black to the left, Noche stamped over white to the right.

I am super impressed with all of the polishes in these collections but I can see the Day and Night duo being a must have, they both did an excellent job at picking up small details and not drying too quickly while giving a perfectly opaque finish. Did did get a bit darker over the dark base shown here.

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Gris stamped over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Gris at an angle under artificial lighting.

The first polish from the rainbow cremes collection is Gris (Grey) which is a beautiful midtoned cool grey polish. The formula is perfectly creme and both picked up and stamped with no problems over both white and black.

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Gris at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Gris over black macro.
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Gris over white macro.

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rojobottle
Rojo (Red) over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Rojo at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Rojo (Red) which is described as a cherry red. This polish is intense and transferred very nicely to the nail, I did have a little bit of staining so you may want to be mindful of that. On my ring nail here I did get a little bit of a shallow pick up with the dabbing method as opposed to rolling. Over black it did take on a more burgundy feel but it was still beautifully opaque.

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Rojo at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Rojo over black macro.
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Rojo over white macro.

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rosabottle
Rosa (Pink) over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Rosa at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Rosa (Pink) shown over both white and black. I cannot get over how beautifully Rosa stamps over black, that is definitely one of my favorite combinations!

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Rosa at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Rosa over black macro.
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Rosa over white macro.

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Anaranjado (Orange) shown over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Anaranjado at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Anaranjado (Orange) which is a beautiful red leaning orange. I feel like this is the perfect, vibrant, Cheeto dust orange! It did dry a little bit on the fast side for me so you may want to move quickly with this one, it is also very pigmented and stained my stamper a bit. I can’t wait to revisit this shade for Halloween! I did have some pigment particles in this one and it did tint my topcoat over the white a little bit but not bad.

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Anaranjado over black macro.
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Anaranjado on white macro. 
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Anaranjado at an angle under artificial lighting.

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amabottle
Amarillo (Yellow) over black and white under artificial lighting.
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Amarillo at an angle under artificial lighting. 

Next up is Amarillo (Yellow) and I am completely and totally impressed by this shade! It goes on perfectly over both black and white, over white it is a touch subtle and over black it takes on a big of a deeper hue. I can’t wait to pair this polish up with Gris!

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Amarillo at an angle under artificial lighting.
amaonblackmacro
Amarillo over black macro.
amaonwhitemacro
Amarillo over white macro.

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verdebottle
Verde (Green) over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Verde at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Verde (Green) a vibrant spring grass green shade! I had no problems with this one in either picking up or stamping and it was perfectly opaque over both white and black!

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Verde at an angle under artificial lighting.
verdeonblackmacro
Verde over black macro.
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Verde over white macro.

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Turquesa (Turquoise) over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Turquesa at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is my top pick from the Rainbow Cremes, this is Turquesa (Turquoise) and it is a gorgeously bright teal/turquoise shade! I’m really loving how neon this shade stamps over both white and black .

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Turquesa at an angle under artificial lighting.
turqonblackmacro
Turquesa over black macro.
turqonwhitemacro
Turquesa over white macro.

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azulbottle
Azul (Blue) over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Azul at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Azul (Blue) which is described as a cobalt blue. This reminds me of a china blue, very vibrant bit delicate at the same time and I love how it looks with a white base! Again, no problems with pick up, stamping, or opacity.

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Azul at an angle under artificial lighting,
azulonblackmacro
Azul over black macro.
azulonwhitemacro
Azul over white macro.

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violetabottle
Violeta (Violet) over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Violeta at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next is Violeta (Violet) a gorgeous spring appropriate violet shade. With this polish I tried to dab my stamper down and got a bit of a messy pickup, that was definitely user error however. On my other nails I utilized a rolling motion while picking up and got a much better image!

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Violeta at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Violeta over black macro under artificial lighting.
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Violeta over white macro.

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Marron (Brown) over white and black under artificial lighting.
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Marron at an angle under artificial lighting.

The last polish in this collection is Marron (Brown) which is a perfect “horse brown” type shade. I have absolutely no complaints, it was easy to pick up and transfer and stays perfectly opaque over a range of colors.

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Marron at an angle under artificial lighting.
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Marron over black macro. 
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Marron over white macro.

So that wraps up today’s swatch and review, I couldn’t be happier with how these performed and I intend to use these for a ton of upcoming nail art! Be sure to follow all of Nadia’s social media platforms to stay up to date on all future releases and sales and be sure to stop by on the 15th for preorder open!

email: moonflowerpolish@gmail.com
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8 comments on “Swatches | Night and Day Duo + Rainbow Cremes by Moonflower Polish”

  1. Great way of showing how well each of these colours stamp over black and white. A lovely selection of colours, and on the whole they stamp really well. Great post x

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