|From L to R: Stone Cold, Riveting, Foie Gras.|
|L to R: Stone Cold, Riveting, Foie Gras|
|Playing with lighting some more|
Depending on the light, the colours take on different effects - Stone Cold is a slate gray and stays matte without topcoat (or with a matte topcoat applied) but has a nice sheen in bright light. Riveting is a wonderful, glossy tangerine-orange, and not only sparkles in the light, but glows (kind of looks like a little fire on you nails). Foie Gras is my favorite of the three though; it give great, smooth coverage in one coat and is a creamy, rich brown with (surprisingly) a dash of purple undertones.
This is a fab line from China Glaze; I'm not sure if I will cave and get any more but I'm definitely tempted!
(BTW if you haven't yet read the book - DO IT! It's excellent!)