Here it is! The last installment of my ILNP Fall 2015 Collection review (click here for part one and here for part two). I’ve been sneaky and saved the best for last 😉 In this post, I’ll be reviewing the final six polishes – four ultra holos and two precious metals!
From L to R: Mona Lisa, Top Down, Clockwork, Maiden Lane, Dream Girl, and First Class
All swatches were taken indoors under a combination of Cree daylight and LED bulbs using a Samsung NX300 camera.
Mona Lisa is a mocha brown ultra holo. Shown here is three coats plus top coat. I reached opacity in two coats but wanted to deepen the mocha color so I added a third coat. The formula is amazing! Very easy to apply and control. I absolutely love all of the holo that’s packed into this polish – scattered, linear, and shredded!
I love that even with all of the holo, you can still see the mocha base!
Mmm, shredded holo goodness!
Dream Girl is a light orchid ultra holo. Shown here is three coats plus top coat. I had a slight visible nail line after the second coat so I added a third to cover it up. This polish applies like a dream and the holo is out of this world! There’s definitely no mistaking that this polish is part of the ILNP Ultra Holo family. I usually tend to stay away from lighter, feminine colors like this one but I’ve actually worn it several times – I just can’t get enough!
My dreams definitely look like this!
Maiden Lane is a charcoal grey ultra holo with blue undertones. Shown here is two coats plus top coat. Wonderful formula with great coverage on the second coat. I’m really loving the charcoal blue-gray shade of this polish and of course the holo! ❤
I’m not sure where Maiden Lane is but I know that I wanna live on it! 😛
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First Class is a silver holo with bright silver metallic flakes. Shown here is two coats plus top coat. Perfect formula! This polish is so amazing! The holo is so strong and the metallic flakes are so shiny. At times it was hard to distinguish between the two. This polish has different tones depending on the lighting but they are all stunning! There’s no doubt that this truly a unique polish ❤
It’s like the metallic flakes and holo elements have melted together!
Metallic holo perfection!
Clockwork is a bronze holo with bronze metallic flakes. Shown here is two coats plus top coat. This polish is fantastic – from the formula, to the bronze base, to the metallic flakes, to the holo! I could not stop ooh-ing and ahh-ing while photographic Clockwork!
Okay, one more picture… 🙂
Last up is Top Down – a light pearl blue ultra holo. Shown here is three coats plus top coat. While this is the sheerest of the ultra holos in this collection, application is exceptional as is the dry time and leveling so building opacity is a breeze. This is definitely one of my favorites from the entire collection! I mean just look at that gorgeous combination of light blue and holo elements ❤ It’s like this polish fell straight from nail polish heaven and onto my nails. I love it so, so much!
Top Down is hands down top notch! 😉
Utter Ultra Holo Perfection<3
This entire collection is FANTASTIC! I had no issues with any of the polishes and the finishes are stunning. What I love most about ILNP is that what you see is really what you get. Every single polish is just as gorgeous in person – if not more! I could not be happier with this collection. I love all of the different finishes and color ranges. There’s definitely something for everyone!
Now here comes the hard part… picking my favorites. I’m really going to try my best to keep it to a minimum…
My picks are Cameo (H), Diablo, Mountain View, First Class, Clockwork, Dream Girl, and Top Down. Oh wow, I can’t believe I only chose seven! haha
All of the polishes in this collection are exceptional, so you really can’t go wrong with any that you choose!
The entire ILNP Fall 2015 collection is available for purchase here. All polishes featured in this post are priced at $10.00 plus shipping.
Now that all three posts are up, what are your thoughts on the collection? If you’ve picked any up, how do you like them??
These polishes were provided for my honest review.