|Square Hue, October 2015, 90s Decade|
Vogue: crimson, high gloss, shimmer. Three coats, no top coat.
|Square Hue Vogue|
Y2K: gun metal, high gloss, shimmer. Three coats, no top coat.
|Square Hue Y2K|
Desert Storm: nude, high gloss, cream. Two excellent coats, no top coat.
|Square Hue Desert Storm|
The formula and application were good on these, especially Desert Storm. They dry very glossy. Overall, I thought these were great shades for fall.
I never talk about names of polishes. But, come on, Desert Storm and Y2K? Why name these pretty polishes after negative events that bring back not so good memories for those of us that grew up in the 90s? What about cool things we experienced in the 90s? Grunge, Clueless, Channel 1 news (ha), Game Boys, the best SNL cast ever, I could go on and on.
You can subscribe to the Square Hue subscription box at their website SquareHue.com. You have the option of a two polish box for $10.99 or a three polish box for $14.99. Those are some good prices for these. I'm impressed. The formula is "7-Free." They do not contain Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resins, Toluene, DBP, Camphor, Ethyl Tosylamide or Xylene.
From the website, "Currently a portion of all monthly subscription proceeds are being donated for prevention awareness, the protection of trafficked victims and the prosecution of human traffickers. Need more information regarding human trafficking? Check out the A21 Campaign." I don't know about you, but I'm more apt to throw my money at a company that will donate a part of it to a good cause.
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