Leeloo is part of my 5th Element inspired duo of polishes. This combination of vibrant orange glitters is suspended in a milky white base and is based upon Leeloo's orange hair and outfit in The Fifth Element.
I would of never thought to put these colors together. This is so unusual and different that I can't help but love it. It really is something special. The formula was smooth and easy to work with. I think this would be a cool color for Halloween if you are looking ahead for that. It's not the traditional black and orange, but if you're looking for something different that also packs a fun punch Leeloo would fit that bill!
Multipass is a vibrant mixture of shiny metallic glitters in a variety of colours and shapes, all suspended in a clear base. In the swatches above, you can see it pictured over a black creme. This lacquer is part of a duo of polishes inspired by the movie The 5th Element.
I like the combination of colors and sizes of glitters in this one. This is like confetti on the nail. The larger glitters (particularly the square ones) I did not find to lay completely flat on the nail even after top coat was applied. These are not taco glitters. They do not fold completely in half at all. I do not want that to be mistaken. The edges of these glitters do slightly stick up where you may be able to feel the points of them on the nail. This is something that some people don't mind at all while others do. Tara and I talked about this polish, and she has noted this in her etsy listing. This is an expected result with such large glitter.
Radioactive over Milani Yellow Whiz
Radioactive is a retina-searing combination of neon green and neon yellow particles suspended in a clear base. This lacquer can be opaque when worn by itself, but can also be layered over other polishes to create a unique effect.
You could wear this alone and get close to opaque coverage, but I preferred layering it. I love the vibrancy of the these glitters. I really love neon glitters to start with, and this isn't any exception. This also applied nicely and evenly.
The Buffster pays homage to the main character in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and is loosely based off a certain purple pleather trench coat that Buffy wore in Season 2. The Buffster is a vibrant and extremely pigmented mid-tone violet loaded with holographic shimmer, ultrafine deep purple glitter, and a strong pink flash.
This is my absolute favorite right here. The pigmentation of this purple is excellent. The addition of the glitter, shimmer, and pink flash are icing, sprinkles, and candles on top of the already great cake. This is polish has amazing coverage. The formula on it is great and easy to work with. No complains. This purple rocks!
I enjoyed these polishes by Pirate Polish. My favorites of these are definitely The Buffster and Leeloo. You should check out her etsy page to see more polishes she offers along with their descriptions and photos. There is a lot to choose from, and I think there is something for everyone as far as personal taste. You can also like Pirate Polish on Facebook.
*I received these polishes to review by Pirate Polish.
Totally in love with the Buffster!ReplyDelete
I love the Buffster and Leeloo. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for taking the time to review my polishes, Stephanie! I appreciate it. :)ReplyDelete
Oh wow! These are really cool! Now another shop to add to my list for when I'm not broke. :)ReplyDelete
Very pretty swatches!ReplyDelete
Leeloo is amazing!!ReplyDelete