It’s April, so it’s time to reveal another mini-collection from SquareHue! This month the curators were inspired by skydiving above Swiss Alps. Remember my predictions for SquareHue April 2016 colors that I shared last month? Let’s see if any of them were correct!
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Remember I guessed duochrome and pink? Well this month’s Eigar is both! Described as a duochrome rose pink with violet shimmer, this lovely shade is a stunner indeed. Between all three it was by far the best one formula-wise. It was very easy to apply, the pigment density was spot on, and the nails feel buttery smooth when the polish sets. It’s one of my favorite shades I received from SquareHue to date.
Next up we got Monch, a mustard yellow creme with matte finish. SquareHue loves sending out yellows, and last time they sent out a similar color last May, except that one was glossy. Since I’m not really a huge fan of matte finish I topped it with shiny top coat. It’s even prettier in person!
And finally, a pleasant surprise – Jungfrau. This unique lilac crelly with pink, teal, purple, and silver hex glitters reminds me of indie nail polishes in the best way. SquareHue is really known for their outstanding cremes, so when they add interesting formulas like crellies or holos to the mix it always surprises the subscribers. I must say, they really nailed this one! I like the way it looks with just one coat, but for this swatch I applied two and sealed with a glossy top coat.
I think this was a great collection! I never went skydiving so I don’t know how accurate the inspiration color palette was, but all three were perfect for my personal taste. At the time of this review I’ve repainted my nails with Eigar at least three times, and twice with Jungfrau.
Alright, now let’s talk about SquareHue May 2016 box. We have a spoiler for Scooter Key West collection, if you can call it that. If the colors in the squares are any indication, maybe we will see a minty green, a bright neon red or reddish orange, and some kind of a sand color [shimmery sand]. What do you guys think?
Have you tried SquareHue subscription service before? Which color is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!
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