Hiya guys! How's it going today? I hope none of you have caught this flu bug going around because it is harsh. My whole household is now feeling under the weather because the family that germs together... uses a lot of tissues together haha. But germs can't keep a polish girl down and I have been swatching the night away. For today I am excited to share the newly released Space Galaxy Trio Part II by Nail Hoot! Part one I swatched a few months ago and it has always been a memorable Nail Hoot collection for me. Let's see what part two brings us!
The Space Galaxy Trio Part II by Nail Hoot is now available for purchase. Each polish can be purchased individually for $7.00 each. The trio is also available in full-size for $18.50 and mini-size $13.80.
Nail Hoot - Nebula
Nebula can be described as a blue scattered holo with shimmer. I'll always swoon for a blue holo, there is just no such thing as too many blues in my collection. I love the balance in the shade and definitely appreciate that it's not darker in tone. The formula and consistency are really great, not too thick or too thin. I had no issues with staining either (I know that's a common concern with blues for you guys). Dries to a nice natural shine and smooth finish. Shown in two coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Nail Hoot - Event Horizon
Event Horizon can be described as an olive green scattered holo with heavy gold highlights. I am normally not a fan of green polishes, but the hints of gold in this one just made me fall in love. Love the glow effect that it seems to give this shade. Formula applied smoothly throughout, but had a sheer consistency. Shown in three coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Nail Hoot - Galactic Center
Galactic Center can be described as a dark red scattered holo with shimmer. I love the tone of red this is, not too bright and not too dark. The holographic is super strong in this one in particular and mind you my swatches are as always inside a lightbox with no flash. Great formula and again you'll find the same sheer consistency that builds up nicely. Shown in three coats and sealed with a glossy topcoat.
Overall I have to give this trio a big thumbs up because the polishes are downright gorgeous. They each capture the essence of the galaxy so perfectly, but the clear winner for me is Event Horizon. The formulas are excellent throughout and I experienced no issues with any of these. If you have yet to give Nail Hoot a try then I think this might be the trio to win you over! I sense some nail art coming soon, haha. Okay guys, let me know what you think and which one is your favorite!
As I mentioned before, the Space Galaxy Trio Part II by Nail Hoot is now available for purchase. Each polish can be purchased individually for $7.00 each. The trio is also available in full-size for $18.50 and mini-size $13.80.
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