Wednesday 19 November 2014

ILNP Birefringence (H) Swatch and Review- Part 1


Multichrome polishes are no doubt very popular these days and they have every right to be. Any multichrome polish lover's polish collection cant be complete without few ILNP multichrome pretties  in their collection. So I got a chance to buy some ILNP multichromes. I bought  Birefringence (H), Mutagen (H) and Abundance(see photo). This and next posts are dedicated to Birefringence (H). This post has swatches and review of Birefringence (H) and the part 2 will have a nail art i did with it.(see part 2).
ILNP Birefringence (H)

Birefringence (H) is a holographic version of ILNP Birefringence. Birefringence (H) has a lovely color shift from teal to blue to purple to red/orange and sometimes green. It also has linear holographic pigments which makes it more interesting and t instantly sparkle up, if you go out i n sun of under direct light. I mean its just so beautiful.
ILNP Birefringence (H) swatch
Application was smooth, its little streaky but nothing major, a layer of top coat even out everything. This is part of ILNP "ultra chrome" collection, that's why it doesnt need to be layered on any base. It can be applied as it is.  I  applied two coats of the polish and a coat of top coat for the pictures.
ILNP Birefringence (H)
Here is a underwater shot of the polish:
ILNP Birefringence (H)- underwater 
ILNP Birefringence (H)
Here is a short video to show the color shift

Stay tuned for part two, which i will post tomorrow.