Finger Paints Pop Movement Swatches
Hey all! It’s the middle of the week again and I’ve been very busy at work lately. The weather is warm and nice, but it’s reportedly going to change this weekend to being rainy. I’m glad then that I got these all done being that the weather is my major nemesis right now for taking nail pictures. This following collection is described as a customizable collection of color popping hues. The “confetti-like effects in a matte array are inspired by the digital pixels commonly painted in the Pop Art era”. Here are swatches for Finger Paints Pop Movement Collection.
First up is Kitchy Tangerine.
Kitchy Tangerine is a bold orange shade with a slight matte finish. I actually like this more than I think I would. Shown is 3 coats with no top coat.
Next is Three’s A Party.
Three’s A Party is the matching confetti glitter shade to Kitchy Tangerine. It is made up of pale orange, pale yellow-green, sky blue, and red hex glitter suspended in a clear base. Shown below is the shade alone with 2 coats and no top coat.
Shown below now is one coat of Three’s A Party over Kitchy Tangerine.
Next we have Art Deco Pink.
Art Deco Pink is a bold pink shade with a slight matte finish. I like this shade because it’s along the lines of fuchsia or magenta in terms of boldness or what gives the “pop” factor to me. I like bold pink shades like that. Formula for this is more opaque than Kitchy Tangerine. Shown is 2 thicker coats with no top coat.
Next up is Ka-Pow!.
Ka-Pow! is the matching confetti glitter shade to Art Deco Pink. It is made up of white, pale pink, black, and red hex glitter suspended in a clear base. Formula wise, the glitters seem to apply more sparse than Three’s A Party, but it filled out a bit more with the second coat. Shown below is the shade alone with 2 coats and no top coat.
Shown below now is one coat of Ka-Pow! over Art Deco Pink.
Moving on, we have Paper Mâché.
I never liked white shades and this is no exception. Aptly named, Paper Mâché is a stark white shade. The finish doesn’t seem matte to me at all though. It’s a bit streaky with the first coat, but the formula is very forgiving and it evened out with another coat. Shown is 2 thicker coats with no top coat.
And lastly, here’s Kozmotology.
Kozmotology is the matching confetti glitter shade to Paper Mâché. This is my favorite confetti shade among the 3 in this collection. It is made up of pale yellow-green, sky blue, black, and red hex glitter suspended in a clear base. This applied a bit sparsely with the amount of glitter on the first coat just like Ka-Pow! but the second coat evened everything out. Shown below is the shade alone with 2 coats and no top coat.
Shown below now is one coat of Kozmotology over Paper Mâché.
Overall? I was very wary about this collection initially. I didn’t think I’d like it as much as I did. The winner for me in this is definitely Kozmotology. The color of the confetti in it just pops. I thought I’d hate these hex glitter shades but I ended up loving them. These shades should be available in Sally Beauty Supply stores and online for around $5.99 each.
*Products in this review have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*