Swatches | Enchanted Fable – Villains Collection by Femme Fatale Cosmetics

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Enchanted Fables – Villains

Hey guys! Today I have a super photo heavy post of the new 22 shades releasing with the Enchanted Fables – Villains collection from Femme Fatale Cosmetics starting on Thursday February 1st 9am through Monday February 5th 9pm AEST. All polishes will be available through stockiest except for the exclusive Fairy Godmother which is available only with the purchase of the entire collection. These were sent to me for review and I have them shown below in alphabetical order.

FFWolfBottle
Big Bad Wolf shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

First up is Big Bad Wolf, described as a “neutral, medium-grey crelly base with a bold green-red shifting overlay.” This polish was completely opaque for me in 3 coats and has a very strong shift that was dominantly green and shifted to red at extreme angles.

FFWolfBottom
Big Bad Wolf at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFWolfSUn
Big Bad Wolf at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFBlindBottle
The Blind Witch shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is The Blind Witch, described as a “vibrant teal base packed with golden shimmer.” This polish is stunning and was perfectly opaque in 3 coats with a super strong gold shimmer for a vivid effect on the nail!

FFBlindBottom
The Blind Witch at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFBlindSun
The Blind Witch at an angle under direct sunlight.

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FFBlueBottle
bluebeard shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Bluebeard, described as a “gorgeous bright blue (cold) to pearlescent turquoise (warm) with green shift.” This polish was super reactive on the nails and perfectly opaque in 3 easy coats!

FFBlueBottom
bluebeard at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFBlueSun
Bluebeard at an angle in direct sunlight.
FFBlueShift
Bluebeard shift : Cold to the left, warm to the right.

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FFCruellaBottle
Cruel shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is Cruella, a “warm brown crelly base packed with red to gold shifting glass flecks.” This was one of the only polishes that was opaque for me in 2 thicker coats and shift more red or more brown under different lighting.

FFCruellaBottom
Cruella at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFCruellaSun
Cruella at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFFoxBottle
The Fox and the Cat shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is The Fox and the Cat, described as a “red (cold) to bright green (warm) thermal with strong golden shimmer. This one likes to sit in the middle phase – a rose gold – in the bottle, and has a slightly slower change time than some of our more responsive thermals.” This polish is a bit of an enigma, it pulled fairly orange on my nails and you definitely need to see the swatch video to appreciate this one! It was opaque for me in 3 coats.

FFFoxBottom
The Fox and the Cat at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFFoxSun
The Fox and the Cat at an angle in direct sunlight.
FFFoxShift
Fox and the Cat shift: Cold to the left, warm to the right.

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FFHadesBottle
Hades shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Hades, a “bright blue glass reflects gives this colour a shimmery, shifting finish from blue/teal through to a luminous purple pink at angle to the light.” This polish was fairly sheer for me at 3 coats so I would recommend going in for a 4th but the shift the flakies throw is amazing!

FFHadesBottom
Hades at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFHadesSun
Hades at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFHeadBottle
Headless Horseman shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Headless Horseman, an “inky blue jelly full of red-gold-green shifting glass flecks (that mimic “unicorn pee.”) This polish y’all, it is amazing! At 3 coats I did still have some visible nail line so I would again recommend a 4th.

FFHeadBottom
Headless Horseman at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFHeadSun
Headless Horseman at an angle under direct sunlight.

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FFHookBottle
Hook shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is Hook, a “mulberry purple (cold) thermal gives way to a lighter purple-pink with blue glow. ” My swatches are definitely not doing this thermal justice, it does have a little bit of a thinner formula and I did need to build it up in 3-4 coats but I could live in the soft blue shimmer!

FFHookBottom
Hook at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFHookSun
Hook at an angle in direct sunlight.
FFHookShift
Hook shifts: Cold to the left, warm to the right.

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FFHuntBottle
The Huntsman shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is The Huntsman, a “rosy brown base with reddish undertones and strong blue glow.” The base on this polish is a super warm light brown that pairs gorgeously with a blue shimmer and builds to full opacity in 3 coats.

FFHuntBottom
The Huntsman at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFHuntSun
The Huntsmen at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFMedusaBottle
Madame Medusa shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Madame Medusa, a “bright pink coral (cold) thermal gives way to an opalescent pink (warm).” This is another one I can’t recommend enough that you need to see in action! This is a top pick for me and was perfectly opaque in 3 coats.

FFMedusaBottom
Madame Medusa at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFMedusaSun
Madame Medusa at an angle in direct sunlight.
FFMedusaShift
Madame Medusa shifts : Cold to the left, warm to the right.

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FFMaleBottle
Maleficent shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Maleficent, a “deep, rich magenta with a soft green to pink multichrome finish.” If you are looking for a soft and wearable multi chrome, this polish is a winner! It has an impeccable 2 coat formula with predominant shifts from green to pink at extreme angles (with flashes of purple!)

FFMaleBottom
Maleficent at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFMaleSun
Maleficent at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFMouseBottle
The Mouse King shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is The Mouse King, an “olivine glass reflects gives this colour a shimmery, shifting finish from golden-olive through to a luminous blue at angle to the light.” This polish gave me flakie bronze vibes on the nail and I love it! I had full opacity in 3 careful coats.

FFMouseBottom
The Mouse King at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFMouseSun
The Mouse King at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFPiperBottle
The Wicked Witch shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is The Wicked Witch, a “darker green/teal (cold) to lighter green/lime (warm) with turquoise overlay.”) It was original marked as Pied Piper. This is such a gorgeous shade of green and built up beautifully for me in 3 coats.

FFPiperBottom
The Wicked Witch at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFPiperSun
The Wicked Witch at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFHeartsBottle
Queen of Hearts shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Queen of Hearts and it is best described as a “red (cold) to pink (warm) thermal with strong green-pink shifting glass fleck shimmer.” This is the ultimate Valentine’s polish, and you have to see how this performed in my cups! I had full opacity in 3 easy coats.

FFHeartsBottom
Queen of Hearts at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFHeartsSun
Queen of Hearts at an angle in direct sunlight.
FFQueenShift
Queen of Hearts shifts : Cold to the left, warm to the right.

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FFRumpBottle
Rumpelstiltskin shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Rumpelstiltskin, a “navy (cold) to tan (warm) thermal with reddish glow.” This polish does have a more delicate thermal effect but the red glow is everything! I had full opacity in 3 easy coats that almost glows from within.

FFRumpBottom
Rumpelstiltskin at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFRumpSun
Rumpelstiltskin at an angle in direct sunlight.
FFRumpShift
Rumpelstiltskin shifts : Cold to the left, warm to the right.

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FFScarBottle
Scar shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Scar, a “rich mustard crelly base with ethereal pink glow.” This polish is every bit as tawny as the name implies and it is one of my top picks! I had full opacity in 3-4 coats.

FFScarBottom
Scar at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFScarSun
Scar at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFSirBottle
Sir Hiss shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

Next up is Sir Hiss, a “strikingly bright lime green with a subtle copper glow.” It is recommended to keep out of sunlight to protect the fluorescent pigments that make up this lazing neon finish. I had full opacity in 3 careful coats and the gold shimmer shines off the nails!

FFSirBottom
Sir Hiss at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFSirSun
Sir Hiss at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFUrsulaBottle
Ursula shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This beauty is Ursula, a “plum-purple (cold) thermal gives was to a softer, lighter pink (warm) with turquoise overlay.” This thermal is another must see in action, it is on the sheer side but builds up perfectly in 3-4 coats.

FFUrsulaBottom
Ursula at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFUrsulaSun
Ursula at an angle in direct sunlight.
FFUrsulaShift
Ursula shifts : Cold to the left, warm to the right.

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FFStepBottle
Wicked Stepsisters shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Wicked Stepsisters, a “bold fuchsia (cold) thermal transitions to a soft pink/pearlescent (warm) with green shine.” This polish is another favorite of mine and was even more beautiful in it’s soft pink warm shift! I had full opacity in 3 coats.

FFStepBottom
Wicked Stepsisters at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFStepSun
Wicked Stepsisters at an angle in direct sunlight.
FFSSShift
Wicked Stepsisters shifts : Cold to the left, warm to the right.

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FFWestBottle
The Pied Piper shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is The Pied Piper (originally marked Wicked Witch of the West) and it is described as a “sea-green jelly full of pink-gold-green shifting glass flecks (that mimic “unicorn pee.”) This polish was right at the edge of being opaque for me in 3 coats so I do recommend going in for that 4th. I tested this in my cups and wasn’t able to get much of a shift in hue but the flakes are multi chromatic for sure!

FFWestBottom
Pied Piper at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFWestSun
Pied Piper at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFYzmaBottle
Yzma shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Yzma, a “vibrant cool-toned purple with soft reddish glow and blue glass flecks.” This polish had full coverage for me in 2 careful coats and it just screams spring to me!

FFYzmaBottom
Yzma at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFYzmaSun
Yzma at an angle in direct sunlight.

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FFFairyBottle
Fairy Godmother shown at 3 coats under artificial lighting.

This is Fairy Godmother, a “barely-there blue base filled with red iridescent glitters, silver holographic glitters and pigment, and red-green shifting flakes.” This polish is only available on the Femme Fatale Cosmetics website and only with the purchase of the full collection and let me tell you, it is worth it! This topper looks opalescent and holographic on the nail with a super strong red shimmer.

FFFiaryBottom
Fairy Godmother at an angle under artificial lighting.
FFFairySun
Fairy Godmother at an angle in direct sunlight.

These polishes do tend to dry down matte so I recommend going in with your favorite glossy topcoat! That wraps up today’s swatch and review, be sure to follow all of Femme Fatale’s social media platforms to stay up to date on all new releases and I will have new exciting Femmes up really soon so stay tuned!

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