Swatches | The Multichromes by Moonflower Polish

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Hey guys! Today I have a look at the Multichromes stamping polish releasing from Moonflower Polish starting on August 11th. The inventory will be pretty limited at the beginning before trickling down to stockists Lantern & Wren and Nail Artisan UK. These will retail at $9 for the full size each or $43 for the collection and $5 for the minis each or $23 for the collection and they were sent to me for review.

MSeleneBottle
Selene stamped over white and black plus topcoat.

First up is Selene, a pink-purple-red-gold multichrome. Selene gave me predominately beautiful pink and purple tones and showed up equally beautiful over both white and black bases!

MSeleneBottom
Selene at an angle under artificial lighting. 
MSeleneAngle
Selene at an angle under artificial lighting. 

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MRoseBottle
Hidden Rose stamped over white and black with a glossy topcoat.

Next up is my personal favorite, Hidden Rose! Hidden Rose is described as a “purple-green-gold multichrome” and all of those colors translate beautifully to the nail! I love this one stamped over white the most, it gives a gorgeous opaque pink stamp with strong gold/green shimmer!

MRoseBottom
Hidden Rose at an angle under artificial lighting. 
MRoseAngle
Hidden Rose at an angle under artificial lighting.

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MSirenaBottle
Sirena stamped over white and black plus glossy topcoat. 

This is Sirena, best described as a “green-teal-gold multichrome.” This polish gave me predominately strong deep forest green tones with a gorgeous crisp pickup that shifts teal at angles. Over white or a lighter color it did lose a bit of it’s shift so I definitely prefer this one over darker shades!

MSirenaBottom
Sirena at an angle under artificial lighting. 
SirenaAngle
Sirena at an angle under artificial lighting.

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MTealBottle
Celes-teal stamped over white and black with glossy topcoat.

Next up is Celes-teal described as a “teal-blue-violet multichrome.” This stunner gives rich peacock colors at different angles and it is another polish that I prefer over black or darker colors.

MTealBottom
Celes-teal at an angle under artificial lighting. 
MTealAngle
Celes-teal at an angle under artificial lighting.
MMystiqueBottle
Mystique shown stamped over white and black plus a glossy topcoat.

This is Mystique, a “blue-purple-red-orange multichrome.” This final stamping polish is super rich and pigmented and was beautiful over both white and black but it definitely gave more color range over a darker color!

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Mystique at an angle under artificial lighting. 
MMystiqueAngle
Mystique at an angle under artificial lighting.

All of these colors can also be used as a traditional polish if preferred however they are amazing for stamping with a workable dry time and easy pick up. I did use my creative shop stamper for all of my swatches today and I will be back with the  Isla del Encanto collection very soon! Until then be sure to follow all of Moonflower Polish’s social media platforms to stay up to date on all future restocks and releases:

http://www.moonflowerpolish.com/

https://www.instagram.com/moonflowerpolish/

https://www.facebook.com/moonflowerpolish

And check out these stockists:

https://www.nail-artisan.co.uk/

https://www.lanternandwren.com/

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