Swatches | Opalescent Collection by Femme Fatale Cosmetics

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Hey guys! Today I have a look at the Opalescent collection out now from Femme Fatale Cosmetics! These polishes are unfortunately sold out on the Australian website but will be trickling down to your favorite stockists soon! This collection was sent to me for review and I’ll jump in!

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The White Flame shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “The White Flame” which is described as a “sheer, slightly-greyed white crelly, with a soft violet glow and is full of rainbow iridescent glitters, fine scattered holographic and large iridescent multicoloured flakes.” This one did build up beautifully in 3 thicker coats but the rainbow that those gorgeous flakies throw are worth it!

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The White Flame at an angle under artificial lighting. 
FFlameShade
The White Flame at an angle in the shade. 
FFlameSun
The White Flame at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Glimmerbreath shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “Glimmerbreath” which is described as a “clear base packed with scattered holographic particles, red to green shifting iridescent glitter, and turquoise glow.” This one builds up pretty nicely in 3 coats as well and the strong teal shimmer really adds to the opacity.

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Glimmerbreath at an angle under artificial lighting. 
FBreathShade
Glimmerbreath at an angle in the shade. 
FBreathSun
Glimmerbreath at an angle in direct sunlight.

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Starbrains shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “Starbrains” a “sheer (slightly blue based) flake polish with strong blue luminescence. Packed full of pink iridescent glitters with a blue flash, scattered holographic, matte pale-pink glitters, and soft pink ethereal flakes.” This was the sheerest of the collection for me but made for a beautiful clean look in 3 thicker coats.

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Starbrains at an angle under artificial lighting. 
FStarShade
Starbrains at an angle in the shade. 
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Starbrains at an angle in the direct sunlight. 

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Cracked Cosmos shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is “Cracked Cosmos” which is a “sheer, warm-toned grey crelly with a slight mauve-purple hue. Overlaid with a very subtle reddish glow, and packed full of scattered holographic, red to green iridescent glitters and red shifting iridescent flakes.” This is definitely a top pick for me and is so soft an feminine! This built up perfectly opaque in 3 coats.

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Cracked Cosmos at an angle under artificial lighting. 
FCosmosShade
Cracked Cosmos at an angle in the shade.
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Cracked Cosmos at an angle in the direct sunlight.

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Celestial Sea shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting. 

This is “Celestial Sea” a “squishy, warm-toned brownish base with a hint of red undertones, and packed with blue-purple shifting shimmer, pink holographic accents, and blue-purple shifting iridescent flakes.” This one does have a bit of a thinner formula with a little bit of pooling so I definitely recommend going in a little bit thinner. Celestial Sea is filled to the brim with gorgeous flakies and builds up perfectly in 3 easy coats.

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Celestial Sea at an angle under artificial lighting. 
FSeaShade
Celestial Sea at an angle in the shade. 
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Celestial Sea at an angle in direct sunlight.

That wraps up today’s swatch and review, be sure to check out all of the links below to the Femme Fatale Cosmetics social media platforms as well as great stockists:

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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