Sunday, April 20, 2014

Emerald and Ash - NEW Hubble polishes

Good evening! I hope your Easter Sunday finds you well.
If you don't celebrate Easter, happy Sunday Funday!

This year, on April 24th, marks the 24th anniversary of the Hubble telescope being launched into space. Without this amazing telescope, we would't be privy to all of the stunning and mesmerizing things in our universe.

Emerald and Ash has an existing line of Hubble based polishes that are inspired by imagery that has been captured by the Hubble telescope. Today I have two new polishes to celebrate the telescope's anniversary that are being added to the collection.

First, I'd like to show you the polish that honors this amazing telescope.
This is Hubble.

Hubble: Based off of the Hubble space telescope, this silver foil polish was created to mimic the outer shell of the Hubble. The polish is also filled with gold and black flakies, which represent the solar arrays and various sensors that cover the telescope. This is a metallic foil that reflects light beautifully and covers the nail in two coats. Hubble can be worn with or without topcoat, though wearing a topcoat will prolong the life of the polish.

In my pictures, I am wearing two coats of Hubble and one coat of Seche Vite.
Here is a picture of the Hubble itself:

I'd say that this polish is a spot on representation of its inspiration. The application of this polish was effortless, and I love how reflective it is. On the nail, this polish looks textured, but it's not. It's lovely. This isn't your standard silver polish!

I did a macro with a little less light so you could really see all the flakies in there!

The next newbie is Globular Cluster M15

Globular Cluster M15 is based off of Globular Cluster M15 which is home to over 100,000 stars. This black jelly is bursting with gold, silver and blue glitters as well as white and blue micro flakies. Gold and silver holo micro glitters hide within, catching the light causing them to twinkle. Best worn with three coats for full coverage and depth, though it can be worn over a black base. 

This is a picture of the actual Globular Cluster M15

This polish was so surprising! On the surface it looks like a starry night sky, but when you look closer, you can see all of the extra flakie and holo sparkle. In my pictures, I am wearing 3 coats of Globular Cluster M15, one coat of Gelous and one coat of Seche Vite.

WOW! Surprising, right? I gave you a blurry macro so you could see all of that twinkle!

These two new polishes will be available on April 24th, at
These and all of the other Hubble polishes will be 24% off on that day only!

Stay tuned for my next post, featuring two existing hubble polishes that are going to rock your world!

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