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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

The Howling Boutique's Supermoon Lacquer - Mystic Mountain

The Howling Boutique, a nail polish jewelry shop, has now created a nail polish line named Supermoon Lacquer. Get it, Howling, Supermoon? It's all a thing! I finally have the Ready to Launch Collection to show you guys and have a brand new Macro Lens Set to use, which means I'll be Macro-ing all the things! The full Ready to Launch collection (9 polishes) is available for a discounted $85 or each polish is available for $9-$10.  Check out other The Howling Boutique's Supermoon Lacquer reviews here!

I will have the polishes each getting their own review. I just want to make sure each polish gets the appropriate attention! First up, I have Mystic Mountain

Mystic Mountain - a strong multichrome, with no shimmer, that shifts in color from green, to blue-purple, to red.

The bottle macro is a very confusing picture, it makes me think of a strange outer-space photo from some crazy telescope. 

Macro! I love how the shimmer flamed up where the lighting hit it, and how you can see the red/purple on the sides of my nail.

Multichromes have slowly become a polish finish that I am comfortable with using. I like how they change before my eyes and love feeling almost like a chameleon. Mystic Mountain applied very smoothly and only needed two coats to become opaque!

Look at the shifty! It's like having all of the colors in one polish! I love how it pulls green and blue in the same lighting with just a slight angle change.

Matte, the flame disappears and the change is more subdued.

I loved how smooth this is and even though there is the slightest metallic finish, there were no issues with streaks! It's also a very smooth polish, so the top coats were just for effect rather than necessity. 

I absolutely loved this polish, it's such a fun polish and perfect for any time of the year. I love how it shines when it's glossy and how defined it looks when matte, so it's great regardless of your preferences!

What did you think of this polish? Let me know in the comments!

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