Halloween: Color Club Master of Disguise
|Collection: Color Club Master of Disguise, 4 minis per box, 0.25 oz. ea|
|Price: $5.95 and up|
|Buy it: Head2Toe Beauty, VNS|
Summer has officially kicked the bucket this season, and I couldn't be happier to celebrate Fall. Football, Sweatshirts & Long Pants, Bonfires - All things I love! And don't forget, Halloween!
Today let's start with a wickedly cool collection from Color Club called, Master of Disguise. In this new boxed set, you'll find four halloween mini polishes averaging .25 oz/ea. All colors applied fairy well not exceeding three coats.
Check out the swatches!
Abracadabra is a thin orange jelly with chunky round gold glitter that has a slight matte texture.
Abracadabra layered over black screams Halloween.
Taboo is absolutely gorgeous and one of my faves. It's a blue purple shimmer that's certainly pretty. Just a tad bit blue compared to her sister, Electronica.
Ghost of Chance is a opaque french white creme.
Witchy Woman or Master of Disguise, you pick? On the original press release both names are mentioned, but I'm going with Witchy Woman. It's more fitting. Described as a black creme that has the same satin/matte texture as Where's the Soiree.
All in All, great collection! Price is right and the small mini bottles are ideal for travel and everyday use. The only downfall, Abracadabra and Taboo aren't sold seperately.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Posted by Steph at 10:39:am
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Andrea said on Sep 23rd, 2009 12:03 pm
Beautiful swatches! Taboo is CC Electronica repackaged. Hope this helps someone looking for dupes.
Tami said on Sep 23rd, 2009 3:01 pm
Taboo kind of reminds me of the new blue purple from the Sally Hansen Instadri line.
Deb said on Sep 24th, 2009 12:14 am
I've been out of the loop since school started up again, so please forgive me if this is public knowledge, but do you know if Abracadabra will be sold separately? I love that one the most, and I think I'd like a full bottle, rather than simply a mini. Thank you so much for posting your pics! Seeing these lovely photos are so helpful when I'm looking for new shades for my collection. :-)