Hi everyone! Today I've got the upcoming Velocirapture collection from Alter Ego to show you. Someone in her fan group mentioned how cool a Jurassic Park inspired collection would be and Cynthia loved the idea and decided to make one! The colour scheme fits the inspiration really well I think. So without any more blah blah from me, here are my swatches!
Forever in Amber is an amber/golden yellow polish as you can guess from the name. This really does remind me of amber jewellery. An unusual colour but I like it! It is very Jurassic Park to me. I used 2 coats and topcoat.
Clever Girl is a brown metallic. A nice chocolatey brown but original in my collection for sure with the shimmer/metallic. Again, another earthy polish well suited to the Jurassic Park inspiration. I used 2 coats and topcoat.
Women Inherit the World is a peachy pink metallic. I used 2 coats and topcoat. This one dried a little more matte than the others or maybe it's the colour that made it seem that way. But I prefer it with a coat of glossy topcoat in any case. A nice colour and quite unexpected for me in the collection. A touch of girliness.
Hold Onto Your Butts is a rich metallic blue. I used 1 coat, yes only ONE and topcoat. I have to say, I love the name of this one, it made me smile for sure. The colour makes me think of denim. A good colour to have in your collection for sure and who doesn't love a good one-coater?!
Nice Boy is a sparkling lavender metallic. This one is my favourite of the collection. I'm so predictable I know, but I can't resist a pretty pink/purple and this one is beautiful! I used 2 coats and topcoat.
All 5 of these had a nice formula and are very opaque. I had no problems with application at all. I was particularly impressed with Hold Onto Your Butt. They all stamp well too!
This collection is available now and you can get 20% off your order with code The Mani Cafe.
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