Welcome to Heather's Hues week on the blog! Almost a year ago I reviewed the You've Got to be Shiftin' Me collection a very opaque super shifty collection of polishes. I liked that collection so much that when the second installment was offered I knew I
needed wanted to get them. I have to say that purchasing these was a very good idea. This four color collection is equally as beautiful as it's predecessor and is just as opaque.
Just like the first collection I've shown each color on 4 nails and stamped on one nail using creative shop plate 14 over a black base to show just how opaque and versatile these polishes are.
Color: A green to gold shifting multi-chrome polish with flashes of orange.
Application: Spangle is a very opaque nail polish with even application. It does dry with a few brushstrokes but my camera seems to have magnified them as they were less visible to the naked eye. Shown here as one coat plus top coat.
Color: A purple to blue shifting multi-chrome nail polish with flashes of magenta and orange.
Application: Very opaque nail polish but I had a slight issue with dragging when using multiple strokes on the same nail. The application wasn't quite as even as spangle but was still pretty easy to work with. Shown here as one coat plus top coat. Coruscate does dry with a few brushstrokes but there are minimal.
Color: A purple to gold multi-chrome nail polish with hints of orange.
Application: Smooth even formula with a nice application. Once again this polish is extremely opaque. Shown as one coat plus top coat. This polish does dry with a few brushstrokes and the lighter shade makes them more obvious than with the other colors in the collection.
Color: A magenta to purple shifting multi-chrome with flashes of orange and gold.
Application: Just like this rest of this collection Blaze is very opaque with a nice even formula. Shown here as one coat plus top coat.
At this time the You've Got to be Shiftin' Me part Deux collection is not available and when I asked Heather she had no immediate plans to bring it back to the shop but did not rule out the possibility of a return down the road. Do you have a favorite from this collection? I'll be back on Thursday to bring you the third and final installment in the You've got to be Shiftin' Me series. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing!