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Finger Paints Masquerade Affair Swatches

My love for the Finger Paints Masquerade Affair Collection isn’t close from being over. If you haven’t had a chance to pick them up last month, now’s a good time to. I have had various shades of these on my toes for a while now. The colors are rich and while they’re not jewel toned really….they’re vibrant. Here are swatches of the Finger Paints Masquerade Affair Collection.

First up is Ball Gown Glamour.

Finger Paints Ball Gown Glamour

If there were jewel toned shades in this collection, Ball Gown Glamour would be one of them. The direct sunlight shot shows this clearly. It looks perfect for the holiday season honestly. This green shimmer sprinkled with gold glitter flecks is almost a one coater. Formula is good and it dries pretty quick. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Finger Paints Ball Gown Glamour (in shade)

Finger Paints Ball Gown Glamour (direct sunlight)

Finger Paints Ball Gown Glamour (close-up)

Finger Paints Ball Gown Glamour (lighting changed)

Next we have Queen For A Night.

Finger Paints Queen For A Night

Queen For A Night is a is a vibrant shade of purple that makes me think of actual masquerade balls and such. I also like the catchy name. The gold flecks in this just pops against the almost jewel toned shade of purple. It doesn’t look gold but in person, you will see that it is. The formula for this one lets you easily get away with just one coat but I used more. Shown is 2 generous coats with no top coat.

Finger Paints Queen For A Night (in shade)

Finger Paints Queen For A Night (direct sunlight)

Finger Paints Queen For A Night (close-up)

Up next is Masked Beauty.

Finger Paints Masked Beauty

Masked Beauty is a gold metallic shimmer sprinkle with orange-y gold glitter flecks. This one’s extremely easy when it comes to application. Formula is good and it dries pretty quick. Shown is 2 generous coats with no top coat.

Finger Paints Masked Beauty (in shade)

Finger Paints Masked Beauty (direct sunlight)

Finger Paints Masked Beauty (close-up)

Finger Paints Masked Beauty (lighting changed)

Finger Paints Masked Beauty (lighting changed again)

Lastly, here’s Dance Til Dawn.

Finger Paints Dance Til Dawn

Dance Til Dawn the shade with a slight duochrome look in the bottle. This shade is a true blurple in my book. You can see the swirls of blue and purple among the silvery gold flecks in it. Formula is good and it dries pretty quick. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat

Finger Paints Dance Til Dawn (in shade)

Finger Paints Dance Til Dawn (direct sunlight)

Finger Paints Dance Til Dawn (close-up)

Overall? Very nicely done. The shades do go well with the theme, which I happen to love cause of the shades involved. My favorite is Queen For A Night. I think I’m just read for the holiday season. Most of these are what I consider as shades having glass fleck finish really but the flecks in these are larger than the shades I classify in this category. Plus, I know that the glassy flecks in these shades are really actually silvery gold glitter. They just don’t look gold in some of these shades.

These should be available in Sally Beauty Supply stores and online for around $5.99 each or less if it’s on sale.

*Products in this review have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*

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4 responses

  1. These are beautiful, love them so you know if they area valuable in the UK?

    November 5, 2014 at 12:58 AM

    • I don’t know if you guys have Sally Beauty Supply stores there and if they even carry the same stuff! 😦 Let me ask and see if they distribute outside of the US and Canada area.

      November 5, 2014 at 3:44 PM

      • Im not sure if we do we have stores/ salons called sally’s but im not sure if its the same thing, ill try to find there website and see what they stock, thanks huni

        November 5, 2014 at 11:57 PM

        • I just asked my contact and while they do have Sally stores in the UK, they don’t carry the FingerPaints brand. 😦 Your best bet is for someone here to get it for you unfortunately. I’m sure they kept a note of this so maybe they will think about carrying it in the UK as well.

          November 13, 2014 at 11:54 AM

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