Prepare yourself, this one is amazing! Witching Hour is a blue/purple shifting metallic sheen multichrome and it's brand new from the Dawn Till Dusk debut collection by Nail Artisan Cosmetics - and it's a real beauty!
In the interests of disclosure and clarity, this was gifted to me for my honest opinion and all words and pictures are entirely my own.
You can see that this is a really beautiful polish - and it's an easy two coater, buttery in texture and is simply a joy to use.
I tried to capture the blue to purple shift but I'm not sure I did but how lovely this this polish? It's got a real depth on the nail.
It is smooth to apply and smooth on the nail, no texture at all. These pics show it with a layer of Nail Artisan's Top Coat which makes it so very shiny.
I am actually not the biggest fan of multichromes but this one I really love and I think it really worked with my skin tone too.
Here is the polish with a coat of Nail Artisan Cosmetics Matte Top Coat which gives it a velvety matte finish and it really gives it a metallic look which is very on trend.
This polish is simply a beauty... you will definitely need it in your collection! I actually don't think I have anything like it at all which is saying something, given the number of polishes I own!!!
Witching Hour is part of the Dusk Till Dawn Collection and it will be released on 31 May at 8.00 pm GMT along with a 20 piece creme Core Collection on https://www.nail-artisan.co.uk/. The collection will consist of 20 cremes, a flakie/shimmer topper and the Dusk Till Dawn collection of 6 Multichromes - keep an eye on the blog for more information about these!
Any creme polish will be £5.99 each, any multichrome will be £7.50 each and the topper will be priced at £7.99. If you wanted to purchase the full Dusk Till Dawn Collection, this will be £42.50.
Huge thanks to Alexandra from Nail Artisan Cosmetics for trusting me to swatch for her but also for calling one of her polishes for me... I am beyond chuffed and proud and I wish her so many positive vibes for this, the very first of her collections!!!
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