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Speciallita Morpheus from Hits no Olimpo Collection

HITS Speciallita Morpheus

Speciallita Morpheus is from the Hits no Olimpo collection so it’s not new, but new to me!

I reviewed many of the shades in this collection here back in 2011. WOW times flies. It feels like that was maybe a year ago at the most.

Anyway you will want this if you love holographic polish and greyish brown shades.

HITS Speciallita Morpheus-2

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Hits Speciallita Mari Moon Multigirl in Seapunk Mermaid

Hits Speciallita Mari Moon

Ok remember awhile back I reviewed some of the Hits Speciallita Mari Moon Multigirl Collection except Seapunk Mermaid? Well today I’ve got it for ya!

Seapunk Mermaid has a clear base and is filled with pink, blue and green multichromatic micro-glitter. It’s like a fine sugary topcoat that changes a gazillion shades depending on lighting.

Hits Speciallita Mari Moon-2

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Hits Speciallita Mari Moon Multigirl Collection Swatches and Review

Hits Speciallita Mari Moon

Have you tried out any of the awesome shades in the Hits Speciallita Mari Moon Multigirl Collection yet? Well maybe now you will!

This collection features four shades, all super glittery, shimmery and holographic. They can be used alone or layered. I think some of these are just great with no layering, but I like having options as well.

Hits Speciallita Mari Moon-2

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Speciallita Hits no Olimpo Collection Swatches & Review

Welcome to the wonderful world of Speciallita nail polish. Speciallita is a brand that hails from Brazil, but never fear, they do ship to the US and other countries!

Otherwise what I have to show you today would just be cruel.

This collection is called Hits no Olimpo and it’s inspired by the Greek Olympian Gods and Goddesses. There are thirteen colors in the collection and all are holographics!

I found the formula to be pretty darn good with these. Some were a little more sheer than others (mainly the lighter colors) and I needed three coats. The darker ones covered mostly in just two coats. I did get a couple bottles with weird brushes. A few had brush pisces that were sticking out that I had to trim off, and one had a VERY wide flat brush, which was odd. Other than that, no issues.

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