GlitterDaze Summer Grooves Collection Comparisons
Now that I’ve gone through all the swatches of the GlitterDaze Summer Grooves collection, I wanted to do some individual comparisons between the colors.
First up is Rainbow Family vs Contact High…
Overall, these two are VERY similar. The middle and end shifts are identical but the starting shift is different.
In this close-up you can see (hopefully) that Rainbow Family starts off with more as teal/aqua blue whereas Contact High is a pure blue.
Next up is Awesomeness Overdose vs Spaced Out…
Again, like Rainbow Family and Contact High, these colors look extremely similar. The only difference being the starting shift of either teal or blue, with the end shift of rosey purple showing up stronger in Awesomeness Overdose.
(L to R) Trippy, Rainbow Family, Contact High, Spaced Out
Last we have Dazed vs Psychedelic..
Just like the previous sets of comparisons these have the same middle and end shift but the beginning shift is slightly different. Dazed has more of a rosey wine (warm toned) starting shift, while Psychedelic has more of a pink/purple (cool toned) starting shift. Both are equally vibrant and gorgeous though.
Overall: While there are several similar shades in this collection it offers you the choice of which color shift you like best. If you like teal over blue or warm over cool tones there’s something for everyone. And I will say that as far as multichromes go, these by far, have the best application! All of the other multichromes I own are at least 3 coaters ( sometimes 4!) and they have a tendency to patch and pull when you go over the same area twice. With these application is very smooth and they go on very glossy, only needing 2 coats to achieve a completely opaque color.
Price: This collection is currently available at www.shopglitterdaze.com and retails for $12.50 (15mL bottle).
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