Monday, 30 March 2015
Colors by Llarowe Connie's Saucy Brother
Today I'll show you Colors by Llarowe Connie's saucy Brother from the limited edition collection The Mysterious Vanishing Pigments.
Connie's Saucy Brother is a very complex shade. It's really difficult to describe. It's a grey-ish blue jelly base with fuschia shimmer and colour shifting shimmer. The colour shifting shimmer shifts from blue to copper to green. The greeen can only be seen in extreme angles though.
It's absolutely amazing. The complexity of it does it all. It's sparkly and shimmery. In some lightings it looks blurple and in others it looks like five polishes in one.
The pictures are taken in indirect sunlight.
The formula is good. Three coats give full coverage. It dries farly quickly and becomes quite shiny. If you want it super ossy one coat of top coat is enough.
What you see in the pitures are three coats of Colors by Llarowe Connie's Saucy Brother and one coat of Pretty Serious Crystal Coat.