Sephora Formula X

When you linger at the nail display at Sephora, you kinda start a collection naturally. Here’s a sampling of swatches of some permanent colors and an LE from the Formula X line.

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Atom + Eve is a ruby red glitter polish. It is from the Formula X Lusters collection ($12.50). I fell in love with this glittery red when I had my nails done in a similar polish (which I can’t recall) so I set out to find it and stumbled upon this. Vortex is an ocean blue and rainbow glitter shift polish. From the Formula X Celestials collection ($12.50).

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Borealis is a gold micro-glitter in sheer olive green polish from the Formula X Liquid Crystals collection ($12.50). This green is really captivating. The glitter is smaller and gets more intense the more you put on. Over the Top is a opaque light green creme that debuted in the 2014 Spring collection ($10.50 LE).

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Big Bang is a dark purple multi-glitter polish. It’s from the Formula X Lusters collection ($12.50). A bit understated in color but still glittery. Freaky Like Freud is a periwinkle iridescent glitter from the Formula X Brilliants collection ($12.50). Just an amazing sparkly multicolored disco ball dazzler of a polish! Really fun polish to wear.

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Monumental is an ivory gray creme finish. It’s from The Colors collection ($10.50). Overall, they have really pretty neutrals. I was just drawn to this one. Love Chemistry is a champagne and pink 3D glitter polish. It’s from the Formula X Sparklers collection ($12.50). It has varying sizes of pink hexagonal glitter in it. M.A.C. came out with a color similar to it.

Are you obsessed with Sephora’s Formula X Nail Polishes?

Stay Sweet Lovelies!
~Duchess 

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