Emily de Molly Halloween 2018 & Facebook Group Exclusives - Swatches & Review

Wednesday, 3 October 2018


I'm getting back into the swing of regular posting (without it being for 31DC2018) and it's nice.  I am doing a little bit of a double up for today however as I am combining a couple of Emily de Molly's new releases - the Halloween Trio and the Facebook Group Exclusives.  So without further ado, let's jump into it!


Facebook Group Exclusives
There are three new Facebook Group Exclusives.  If you are not already part of the group then definitely join here.  You'll be able to find the inspiration pictures for each of these polishes there, along with lots of other things.


Beyond The Horizon is a dark purple with a blue to purple shifting foil shimmer and a coppery brown magnetic effect.  I love everything about this polish.  The colours are gorgeous and the formula is awesome.  My swatch shows two coats.

Picture taken in light box

Picture taken in light box

Picture taken in direct sunlight

Picture taken in direct sunlight

Picture taken in light box (no magnet)

Picture taken in light box (no magnet)

Picture taken in direct sunlight (no magnet)

Picture taken in direct sunlight (no magnet)
Opal Illusion is a blurple with iridescent flakes and neon pink glitters.  I love the flakes and the glitter in this one.  Again the formula is fantastic.  You can easily get away with two coats, however I used three coats because it was a little see through at the tips for my personal taste - plus it also gives extra flakies!

Picture taken in light box

Picture taken in light box

Picture taken outdoors in shade

Picture taken in outdoors in shade

Picture taken in direct sunlight

Picture taken in direct sunlight
Symbiosis is a dusty teal green when cold to a pale dirty orange with copper shimmer and silver holographic micro glitters.  I love this in the cold shade, however I am not sure I like the warm shade.  The formula is fantastic and it transitions well between the shades.  For my swatch I used two coats.

Picture taken in light box (cold)

Picture taken in light box (cold)

Picture taken in direct sunlight (cold)

Picture taken in direct sunlight (cold)

Picture taken in light box (transitioning)

Picture taken in light box (transitioning)

Picture taken in direct sunlight (transitioning)

Picture taken in direct sunlight (transitioning)
Halloween Trio
This year for Halloween Emily de Molly are releasing a trio of polishes.


Ill Fated is a bright red (warm) to dark brown (cold) thermal with gold flakies.  I like this one, but I don't love it.  The formula is fantastic and it transitions well.  I used two coats for my swatch.

Picture taken in light box (cold)

Picture taken in light box (cold)

Picture taken in overcast lighting (cold)

Picture taken in overcast lighting (cold)

Picture taken in light box (warm)

Picture taken in light box (warm)

Picture taken in light box (transitioning)
The Greater Good is a turquoise shimmer base with copper flakes.  This is such a cool and interesting polish.  I really like it!  As usual, the formula is fantastic.  My swatch shows two coats (it is still a little see through at the tips in direct light).

Picture taken in light box

Picture taken in light box

Picture taken outdoors in shade

Picture taken outdoors in shade

Picture taken in direct sunlight

Picture taken in direct sunlight
Triple Trouble is a purple holo with iridescent flakes.  It's purple and has flakes - of course I love it!  The formula is awesome and is opaque in two coats.

Picture taken in light box

Picture taken in light box

Picture taken outdoors in shade

Picture taken in direct sunlight

Picture taken in direct sunlight
How awesome is the Halloween and Facebook Group Exclusives?  I am a big fan of all of these.  My personal favourites are Beyond The Horizon, Opal Illusion, The Great Good and Triple Trouble.

The Facebook Group Exclusives and Halloween Trio will be available Thursday 4th October at 10am AEST from Emily de Molly's Australian site and on Wednesday 3rd  October at 8pm EDT on the international site.

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