Friday, January 27, 2017

Fair Maiden Polish The Goddesses Trio: Part Two plus Space Riot & Zero Gravity: Swatches and Review

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Purchased by Me
Hey y'all! I have polishes from Fair Maiden Polish to end the week with. The Goddesses Trio: Part Two is a set of polishes created for Valentine's Day and named for goddesses of Greek Mythology. Part One was released last year, you can see those on Kellie Gonzo's blog. I am also including Space Riot and Zero Gravity, two recently limited release polishes. I bought those two when they first came out and wanted to include them here, as there will be a small restock with the The Goddesses Trio.

The Goddesses Trio: Part Two, as well as Space Riot and Zero Gravity, will be released February 3rd at 7 pm CST in Fair Maiden Polish's shop.

Fair Maiden Polish Asteria
Two coats
Asteria is Goddess of the Stars
Blue to purple to teal green to pink multi-chrome with holographic micro-glitter
The dark night sky scattered with stars is exactly what I think of with that inspiration, so I love how fitting the name is with the final product. There is definitely a teal green shift, my camera doesn't pick that up, something I need to work on but I know Polished Pathology has some beautiful photos of Asteria that do show the green, look for her review on her blog soon. Application wise, two coats worked best for opacity. You may find a little texture from the glitter once it dries down, a double layer of topcoat helps with that.

Fair Maiden Polish Hemera
Three coats
Hemera is Goddess of Daylight
Pearl white crelly with pink shimmer and rose/gold/copper ultra-chrome flakes
I didn't expect to like this one as much I did but good gosh, it is stunning. The pink flash is a bit more prominent in person and the flakes are a nice contrast of color in the base. It's somewhat sheerish in formula, three thin coats for coverage, with very subtle nail line visible still but not in a distracting or off-putting way. 

Fair Maiden Polish Tyche
Two coats
Tyche is Goddess of Fortune and Prosperity
Berry purple with gold shift and linear holo
An absolutely gorgeous color and that blue holo flame is killer. The formula was easy easy to apply, so easy in fact that I did not need to do any clean up. 

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Fair Maiden Polish Space Riot
Two coats
Yellow gold to orange to berry multi-chrome linear holo with magenta/orange/yellow ultra-chrome flakes
 Oh yes, a million times YES. So much magic happening here. Formula is not too thick or thin and applies without issue.

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Fair Maiden Polish Zero Gravity
Two coats
Dusky gray-blue holographic with copper/orange/violet/plum shift and scattered holo sparkle
For me, this is all about that beautiful shimmer in the blue/gray base. Well and the holo sparks don't hurt. Slightly thicker in formula compared to Space Riot and opaque in two coats.

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

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