Hey y’all! I have two amazing polishes to share with you today from Indigo Bananas. I held back on ordering these two during the last order I made and on a whim decided to go ahead and get them recently, and I am SO glad that I did. Today I will be sharing with you Electric Unicorns and Immortal Game.
Both of these polishes had the same formula, which was perfect consistency and like a dream to apply. I used two coats of each and one coat of Seche Vite to top. Andrea describes her polish more eloquently (& accurately!) than I can, so I’ll let her tell you a bit about Immortal Game:
Immortal Game is a teal / aqua ‘crelly’ (pastel jelly / creme hybrid) packed with lavender-pink to gold duochrome glass fleck pigment of a very large particle size, so the shimmer is very obvious and strong. There is also subtle scattered purple flecks as well as a small amount of holographic microfine glitter in this – neither of which want to show up for the camera! 🙂
Personality of the polish changes quite a bit layered over colors (swatches coming soon); over black this is a strong lavender to silver to pale gold fleck duochrome predominantly.
Photos can’t even do this justice, it’s just breathtaking in person! Next up is Electric Unicorns. My fingers aren’t really this red, this color is a blueish purple but my camera only wanted to make it blue so I had to edit the colors a bit to make the swatches more accurate.They are still not 100% color accurate, this one is really hard to capture. I put a caption below the one I feel came closest.
BlueViolet Plantains says:
Do androids dream of electric sheep? No. They dream of electric unicorns!
Electric Unicorns is a periwinkle blue (or a medium, blue leaning lavender) creme packed with pale green duochrome glass flecks that also shift a green blue, and a stronger blue at steeper angles. There is also a scattering of superfine pink shimmer, as well as small amounts of holographic silver shimmer – neither is super obvious, but gives this polish extra sparkle in the sun.
|This is probably the closest, although still not 100% color accurate.|