Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Cadillacquer Halloween 2016 Collection: Swatches and Review

Provided for Review 
Hi everyone! For today, I have polishes from Cadillacquer. This five polish set is her Halloween 2016 Collection, available now from Color4Nails' shop

Cadillacquer Bones
Three coats
Dark taupe with white, black and orange glitter plus silver/blue sheen
I love the contrast of white against the dark, almost gray, taupe color. The black and orange glitter pieces are tiny so they are not immediately visible but they add some extra detailing. This went on easily but I need three coats for opaque coverage. 

Cadillacquer Devil 
Two coats
Black jelly with orange and green glitter and scattered holographic pigment
I love this! It reminds me a bit of the It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, where Charlie Brown is waiting in the pumpkin patch at night. Slightly more opaque coverage here, I have this shown with two coats. 

Cadillacquer Ghost
Two coats
Pale blue tinted white base with holo and blue flake glitter
Simple but striking, with that pale pale blue/white base and the darker navy glitter. I was expecting to need minimum three coats but was happy to see that it got opaque in two. 

Cadillacquer Pumpkin
Two coats
Pumpkin orange holographic
Not a straight orange here, I see flashes of pink in the base, which make it look like a candied pumpkin shade to me, not the dusky orange you see from a regular pumpkin. That's just color semantics though, the color is gorgeous and it applies flawlessly. 

Cadillacquer Zombie 
Three coats
Green shimmer with holog and micro holo glitter
The name immediately had me singing in my head the Cranberries' Zombie. Well, if this is a zombie green, sign me up for the zombie life. It's shimmery and full of holo sparkle. Formula is very nice, as were all the polishes in this collection, and I used three coats for full opacity. 


*The products in this post were sent to me for unbiased review*


  1. Wonderful shades in this Halloween collection. I have to decide which ones to get.


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