Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Ellagee: Game of Theories Collection

Happy Tuesday, dear readers! I am back after taking the week off to take care of myself, and while I'm still not in the best place, I am certainly doing far better than I was. I am eager to get back to writing up posts, so I'm just going to jump right on in. Shall we?

Ellagee just released the third installment of collections inspired by Game of Thrones. Called the Game of Theories Collection, I had the opportunity to purchase this collection before its release, and I am so excited to be sharing my swatches with you today. Let's do this!

The Gravedigger
Three coats plus top coat

The Gravedigger, a sage green with flakes that shift from lime green to gold, gold flash, and strong holographic shimmer. 15 ml bottle.

Part of the Game of Theories collection inspired by some of the many fan theories about the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. This polish represents the gravedigger theory about what may have happened to Sandor Clegane. 

I LOVE a good green polish, and I got to enjoy this beauty during my trip to Orlando. The base colour is beautiful, but it is the colour-shifting flakes that makes this shade fantastic. The formula was smooth and easy to work with, and I certainly recommend this shade for every green lover!

No One
Three coats plus top coat

No One, a pale silver with rainbow iridescent flakes, gold flash, and strong holographic shimmer. 15 ml bottle.

Part of the Game of Theories collection inspired by some of the many fan theories about the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. This polish represents Arya Stark and the theories/speculation on what will happen to her this season. 

No one should be without No One! Between the rainbow flakes and the gold flash, I cannot help but swoon over this beauty. The formula was also fantastic to boot so you can't go wrong with this beauty.

Azor Ahai
Three coats plus top coat

Azor Ahai, a rose/coral with flakes that shift from red-orange to gold, gold flash, and strong holographic shimmer. 15 ml bottle.

Part of the Game of Theories collection inspired by some of the many fan theories about the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. This polish represents the prince that was promised and who he might be.

I adore this rose hue, especially for the spring! It is such a pretty shade and certainly one of my favorites from the collection. Like the rest of the collection, the formula was perfect.

Tower of Joy
Three coats plus top coat

Tower of Joy, a periwinkle blue with flakes that shift from blue-violet to gold, gold flash, and strong holographic shimmer. 15 ml bottle.

Part of the Game of Theories collection inspired by some of the many fan theories about the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. This polish represents the blue winter rose and the theory of the mystery of who Jon Snow's parents actually are.

I don't wear periwinkle shades often since they often look odd on me, but this one is so pretty! It has a purple lean on my skin tone, and I am crazy over the flakes in this beauty as well! The formula was perfect, and it applied flawlessly.

This collection is currently availble for purchase on the Ellagee Polish website here. Each bottle retails for $12, or you can purchase the full four piece collection at the discounted price of $43.

What is your favorite shade from this collection? I'd love to hear from you!

Until next time, dear readers, have a wonderful day!
XO!









8 comments:

  1. I love the Gravedigger, thats like the perfect holo green!

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  2. Ok, these polishes are beautiful, but I honestly couldn't look away from that accent nail.

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  3. This was one of those rare times where I purchased the full collection, because I loved ALL of them!! Gorgeous swatches - that accent nail is so beautiful!

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  4. Oh my gosh, I love all of these! I cannot wait for this season of GOT!!

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  5. Flawless swatches and stunning colours x

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  6. Your macros are freaking gorgeous! You always capture the holo in polishes so well.

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  7. They are all so pretty, I think my favorite is No One.

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