Hi everyone! Today I have the limited edition FingerPaints Once in a Wild Collection to share with you. This collection is made up of 3 brand new limited edition shades as well as 3 core shades. This collection looks like a perfect transitional collection into the fall months. The displays should be out in stores now and this collection will be available until the end of August. This is a really fantastic collection to transition into fall!
Vermillion $ Painting (core shade) is an orangey red jelly with glassfleck shimmer. Formula was very nice to work with and had full coverage in 3 thin coats. This one seems a little out of place in this collection with the deeper more muted tones of the rest of the collection, but it's a really gorgeous red. The golden shimmer really glows from within.
Amethyst Accent (core shade) is a warm purple shimmer packed with golden glassflecks. Formula was very nice to work with and had full coverage in 2 coats. Something about the finish of this one makes it even seem metallic sometimes. The purple shade is quite warm and lovely and my regular camera refused to capture it, so I took to my iPhone to get some more accurate shots.
Titian Tint (core shade) is a rose gold foil metallic. Formula was very nice and could definitely be a one-coater, but I used 2 for good measure. If you look at the macro, you can see this is actually a mixture of silver and rose gold metallic flakes, but the overall look from a normal distance is very golden.
Amazon Sky (LE) is a deep blue jelly packed with fine blue glitter. Formula on this one was on the thicker side which made it a bit more difficult than normal to spread, but it was workable and I used 2 coats for full coverage. This one is destined to be a favorite because it's such a pretty blue, but it wasn't the most unique one in the bunch in my opinion.
Once in a Wild (LE) is a mavey purple glitter in a smoky purple base. Formula was very nice to work with and is completely opaque in 2 coats. I really loved this one because it is very unique and perfect fall while not being a typical fall color. It also looks pretty cool without topcoat for a bit of a textured look.
Exotic Emerald (LE) has a blackened green jelly base filled with green glitter. Formrula was very easy to work with and I had full opacity in 2 coats. This one was a little bit grittier than the others, so I used 2 coats of topcoat to smooth it out. I really love this one too! Such a juicy jelly with glittery depth!