Color Club‘s new Luxury Untamed collection is a 14 piece two-parter. Yesterday I showed you my favorite half which is called Indulgence. Today I have Diamond for ya.
These are more glittery finishes, but dare I say, not as interesting as Indulgence in my eyes…
The formula was great for some, didn’t pan out for others.
De-Luxe-Cious is a silver/grey with multi-colored shimmer. The idea of this is great but the problem is that the glitter sinks into the polish and kind if disappears into it. It winds up looking chunky and not all that great. This was two coats.
Ms. Haute is a darker silvery grey with pink and green glitter. The same thing happens with this one as De-Luxe-Cious. The glitter just sinks in and falls flat here, not loving it. This was two coats.
Snakeskin is a very cool green/grey with gold multi-colored glitter. I love this one because the color is unusual and the glitter stays on top of the color so you can see it and it’s not chunky looking. This was two coats.
Covered In Diamonds
Covered In Diamonds is a clear polish with odd shaped holographic chunks. Not a huge fan of this really. The polish was really thick and hard to work with. The glitter chunks tended to move around a lot and didn’t apply evenly. This was two coats.
Resort To Red
Resort To Red is a vivid ruby red with silver shimmer. This is super pretty and applied like butter. This was two coats.
Untamed Luxury is a blue base with tons of teal glitter. It’s pretty cool if you are into glitters. It has really nice coverage, though I did need three coats and you can see my VNL. I think it would look really cool layered over something else.
Red Velvet is a black base with red micro-glitter. Gorgeous, I always love these colors though it’s not that unique. This was a little on the sheer side so I used three coats.
I think a few of these really missed with the formula, but there are some nice ones. The ones to snag in my book are Snakeskin, Resort To Red and Red Velvet.
How do you feel about these compared to Indulgence?