The polish in this post was provided for my honest review.
Monster in a Turbulent Star is described as a bright orange-leaning red scattered holographic with a touch of larger particle linear holographic pigment, aqua shimmer, turquoise glass flecks, gunmetal and gold microflakies, and green to aqua aurora shifting pigment. Depending on the angle and lighting conditions, I can see all of those components coming through. This really is a bottle full of goodness!
Monster in a Turbulent Star was inspired by a photo of the NGC 2264 cone nebula as captured by the Hubble telescope:I think that Julie did an amazing job of capturing this inspiration! From the red base to the flecks of gold and turquoise. I also absolutely love the stunning images Hubble sends us! In these images, I am showing 2 coats of Monster in a Turbulent Star with top coat. This polish had the excellent formula I am coming to expect from Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer. You can really see the magic of those microflakies when looking at a macro. This polish is a must for red-lovers!
I really wanted to show a little more of the holo shift – here’s a shot in different lighting to show you a little of that holo, but the base colour is a little off. Rely on the other pictures for better colour accuracy! This polish will be amazing in the sun! And who doesn’t love a good red holo? I did have minor red staining after using this polish, but that doesn’t bother me too much.Monster in a Turbulent Star will be available during April’s Polish Pickup, 6-9 April. It will be priced at $12 and will not be capped, so you can get your order in at any time during the order window.
Do you plan on picking this one up?