Here's a beautiful iridescent polish I got for review from KKcenterHK. The bottle reminds me a lot of OPI bottles, but it's got nothing to do with it. This baby is better. It's duochrome.
I applied two layers of this polish over a black base - Wet n Wild Black Creme. The particles in the Ebalay polish aren't glitter-size neither are they fine shimmer. They're right something in between. And they shine!
Here's a photo of my mani on sunlight.
This photo of the polish in shade shows it's duochrome effect better. Main color is burgundy which shifts to light golden/yellow and yellowish green. So, I guess it's a multichrome rather than duochrome.
I must say I was pleasantly surprised by this polish. It's effect is very nicely visible, it has a good brush and formula and the smell isn't that bad at all. It does smell like toluene, but there's none of that Kleancolor-like stench. It dries fast and is all in all a very decent polish.
KKcenterHK carries 11 different Ebalay iridescent shades. You can see them all HERE. The one I just showed you is this one - Ebalay A06. The bottle contains 15mL of polish and costs $6.80. Quite a bargain, I must say.
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BTW: Arya says 'hi'. Her scar has healed perfectly and she's becoming a big girl. She's already as big as Aishila and I think she'll get even bigger. She still likes to sleep in very unusual poses. Most of them involve laying on the back with her head twisted in an unnatural way. Plus: this cat LOVES to eat. She's the first one at the bowl and the last one to leave. =) And yes, I'm wearing my Ebalay polish on the photo.
What are your thoughts on this polish?
*Product was sent to me for review.
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