Swatches | Neon Demon by Femme Fatale Cosmetics

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Hey guys! Today I am amped about about getting to share the new Neon Demon collection with you, releasing April 1st-5th from Femme Fatale Cosmetics! This collection consists of 7 flaky, shimmery, glittery polishes inspired by the movie of the same name. These polishes were sent to me for review, keep reading to see how they swatched!

Kissing Bottle
Kissing Reflections shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
KissingBottom
Kissing Reflections at an angle under artificial lighting.

First up is Kissing Reflections, a bright blue based pink with a strong blue shimmer and very fine scattered holographic glitter. The formula on this polish is awesome, I had complete coverage at 2 coats but opted for a 3rd and it did deepen the pink tone ever so slightly. I did have some light brush strokes in the shimmer but they don’t take away anything from that beautiful “glory” effect!

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Kissing Reflections macro.
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Kissing Reflections at an angle under artificial lighting.
KissingSun
Kissing Reflections at an angle in direct sunlight.

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DefiledBottom-2
Defiled in Gold shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
DefiledBottom
Defiled in Gold shown at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is one of my personal favorites! This is Defiled in Gold, a warm golden bronze shade with a ton of strong gold shimmer and scattered holographic micro glitter. This polish almost has a hint of a mauve ton right around the edges and I am in love! Completely opaque in 2 easy coats, this polish does dry down a little around those micro glitters but a good topcoat will smooth that out no problem!

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Defiled in Gold macro.
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Defiled in Gold at an angle under artificial lighting.
DefiledSun
Defiled in Gold at an angle in direct sunlight.

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HerBottle
Get Her Out Of Me shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
HerBottom
Get Her Out Of Me at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Get Her Out Of Me, a blue based jelly polish with a very strong red shimmer, scattered holographic micro glitter, and red to green iridescent glitters. This is sure to be a fan favorite! Get Her Out of Me went on very smooth and easy and was right on the edge of being opaque for me in 3 coats.

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Get Her Out of Me macro.
HerAngle
Get Her Out Of Me at an angle under artificial lighting.
HerSun
Get Her Out of Me at an angle in direct sunlight.

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DeathBottle
Falling Into Blue Death shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
DeathBottom
Falling Into Blue Death at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next is a surprise favorite for me, Falling Into Blue Death! I was almost sure that this was going to be preferred as a topper but this light lavender base polish filled with teal shimmer and holographic glitters built up perfectly opaque for me in 3 coats! The finish is a little textured but topcoat smooths it right out into a light shifty, rainbow giving, gorgeous finish!

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Falling Into Blue Death macro.
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Falling Into Blue Death at an angle under artificial lighting.
DeathSun
Falling Into Blue Death at an angle in direct sunlight.

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GraveBottle
Grave In A Rose Garden shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
GraveBottom
Grave In A Rose Garden at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is Grave In A rose Garden, an ethereal purple based polish with purple shimmer, multi chrome flakes, and scattered holographic glitter. This polish did build up nicely for me in 3 coats but it was just shy of being opaque. I think a 4th coat would bring it all the way there! This would also be a lovely topper over a darker color in my opinion!

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Grave in A Rose Garden macro.
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Grave in A Rose Garden at an angle under artificial lighting.
GraveSun
Grave In A Rose Garden at an angle in direct sunlight.

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EverythingBottle
It’s Everything shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
EverythingBottom
It’s Everything at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is It’s Everything and this polish truly is! This is a bit of a deeper purple base with a very strong teal shimmer, purple multi chrome flakes, and purple micro glitters. This polish built up completely opaque in 3 easy coats, the shifty metallic micro flakes give the appearance of some texture against the base but topcoat smooths them right out!

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It’s Everything macro.
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It’s Everything at an angle under artificial lighting.
EverythingSun
It’s Everything at an angle in direct sunlight.

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KinbakuBottle
Kinbaku shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.
KinbakuBottom
Kinbaku at an angle under artificial lighting.ย 

Lastly today I have Kinbaku, a deep purple base with a very strong red shimmer, metallic multi chrome flakes, and blue glitters. The blue glitters on this baseย pop so strong against this palette! Kinbaku was just shy of being opaque for me in 3 coats, personally I think this polish would make a beautiful topper over a deep purple or maroon base but a 4th coat may just bring this one to full opacity!

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Kinbaku macro.
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Kinbaku at an angle under artificial lighting.
KinbakuSun
Kinbaku at an angle in direct sunlight.

So that wraps up today’s swatch and review, these will be releasing April 1st through the 5th onย http://femmefatalecosmetics.com.au and will trickle down to other stockest later in the month. Be sure to follow all of Femme Fatale Cosmetics social media platforms to stay up to date on all future restocks and releases:

http://femmefatalecosmetics.com.au

https://femmefatalecosmetics.us

https://www.facebook.com/groups/841072659271220

https://www.instagram.com/femme_fatale_cosmetics/

Stockists

https://shirocosmetics.com

http://www.livelovepolish.com/

http://www.beautometry.com

https://rainbow-connection.co.uk

https://www.hypnoticpolish.com

http://www.beautysofly.com

http://polishmolish.ru

http://nailland.hu/en

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