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Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Spring 09: Color Club Femme Fatale

Femme FataleColor Club Springs forward this season with two new collections, Femme Fatale and Catwalk Queen.  Each release consists of six new shades of holographic and pearlized textures.  First up is the Femme Fatale collection.

Ooh, la, la...Femme Fatale is a mysterious women of great seductive charm that lives life dangerously.  

Color Club gave us all a reason to look forward to spring by introducing new Holoographic shades to the line!  And, what gal doesn't love sport around holo's.

Check out all the swatches below.

Color Club Worth the Risque nail polish

Color Club Femme Fatale Collection

Worth the Risque is a silver holographic shade that applied perfectly in two coats.  Wow, gorgeous, speechless!  The pictures pretty much justify the gorgeousness of this stunner.

Silver Holographic nail polish comparisons

As you can see in the photo comparisons that Worth the Risque texture is completely different from Diamond and OMG.  A def must have! 

Color Club Revvvolution nail polish

Color Club Spring Femme Fatale collection

Revvvolution is a black hologrpahic shade that applied perfectly in two coats.  Another break-taking shade.  Wow, amazing!

Black Holographic nail polish comparisons

Revvvolution's coverage is just amazing compared to OPI's MPJ. 

Color club Oui Oui nail polish

Oui Oui Oui is a sheer white pearlized iridescent that has greenish shimmer that needs three full coats to achieve the bottle color.

Color club Femme Fatale nail polish

 Color club Spring 09 collection

Femme Fatale is a clear base loaded with pinkish shimmer.

Color Club Oooo La La nail polish 

Ooooo La La is a white pearl that needs a good three coats for bottle color.  My swatches could have used an additional coat to even out everything.

Color club Wheres the Soiree nail polish

Where's the Soiree, the outcast of the group, is a black creme that dried watery to a satin like finish.

The Femme Fatale collection is now available at Head2toe and retails for $2.50/ea. 

(8) Comments

Jinnzor said on Feb 24th, 2009 2:01 am
Gorgeous! What an amazing collection.
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avroys said on Feb 24th, 2009 2:35 am
Wow, those are absolutely gorgeous! I wonder how Revvvolution compares to OPI my private jet?
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Steph said on Feb 24th, 2009 5:59 am
Hi Jinnzor, Aren't they! I love them! Avroys, They are amazing. OPI my private Jet is much more sheer and gray. Revvvolution is very black & opaque in two coats :)! I'll post comparisons soon!
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Steph said on Feb 24th, 2009 5:59 am
Hi Jinnzor, Aren't they! I love them! Avroys, The holo's are amazing. OPI my private Jet is much more sheer and gray. Revvvolution is very black & opaque in only two coats :)! I'll post comparisons soon!
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Denny said on Feb 24th, 2009 10:05 am
I do want to try this one really bad. It does remind me of MPJ (which I have and like). I love it!
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Ericka said on Feb 25th, 2009 10:54 am
Gorgeous!! Have been debating whether to buy Revvolution and Worth the Risque...(already have OMG & MPJ)....the black actually looks nice too...like the satiny finish...but wonder if topcoat will ruin the look?? Thanks for the great swatches!
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Steph said on Feb 27th, 2009 8:25 am
Hi Denny, You should def try it! It's so much more opaque than MPJ. :) Hi Erika, Thanks! You should definitely pick them both up. Worth the Risque has a completely different texture than OMG and Revvvolution's opaqueness is just amazing. Yeah, the topcoat will ruin the finish unless you have a satin like topcoat. :)
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blessedbeauty88 said on Mar 24th, 2009 3:46 am
these colors are hot!! i use this brand of nail polish also.. idk how old this one is but i have it on noe.. {the after hours}...
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