Collection: Color Club 2015 Fall, Halo Hues
Every now and then, Color Club releases a collection of Halo Hues holographic nail polishes, and I’m a bit embarrassed to say that I’ve never owned one until now!
Color Club’s regular polishes aren’t my very favorite formula—they’re nice, but I prefer some other brands—so this probably influenced my non-desire to buy any of the more expensive Halo Hues. However, I recently picked up several holographics from other brands (like A England and Colors by Llarowe) and it occurred to me that I should probably try one from Color Club’s highly regarded holos.
I’m so happy to report that these are excellent holos, and probably worth every extra cent! (I’m talking over the regular Color Club prices; indie polishes like the ones I got actually run more expensive.)
I chose Crystal Baller (1094) because in my smallish holo collection, I don’t think I have one in this shade of soft cornflower blue. The shimmer is fine and provides a stunning, rainbow holographic effect. The holo is strong, so you can even see it under dimmer light.
In sunlight, it’s party time!
The formula is absolutely wonderful, and it’s fully opaque with two quick and easy coats.
I purchased my bottle for CA$12 at Nail Polish Canada; the US retail price is, surprisingly, US$12.
Color Club Halo Hues Nail Lacquer retails for US$12.00 and is 0.5 fl oz / 15 mL. It is cruelty-free and made in USA.
Color Club is one of the lines produced by Forsythe Cosmetics Group, which was founded in 1979 by husband and wife team Buddy & Harriet Rose. Along with Color Club, the company also makes Art Club, Ruby Wing Color Changing Polish, and private label polishes for distributors and nail salons. The company is based in Freeport, NY, USA.