Monday, 3 March 2014

Above The Curve - Crimson Time At Home, Poinsettia for Mom, Scarlet, Yule Be Home For The Holidays

Hi Goddesses

Today I have the final 4 polishes from my mega review package from Above The Curve.  There is also one last "art" mani left, but I'm going to save that for when Spring finally decides to arrive!

Today is all about the reds, and all these 4 are very different.  Something for everyone!

Crimson Time At Home is a dark red- so dark it's in berry land.  This gives it a real kaleidoscopic colour palette - the closer you get, the more this one blows your socks off!

At any time, you can see red, purple, violet, and lashings of scattered holo.  It's just sensational how it all smashes and smooshes together.

I am very drawn right now to red-purple combinations, and this really ticks those boxes.  Beautiful.

Poinsettia for Mom is red, pure and simple.  It's on the light and bright side, and oh so happy!

The bend in this is really strong.  It's faultless - there is absolutely nothing about this polish that's impossible to love.

Some of you may like your red holos a little deeper, but there's not too many bright ones these days, so this is a great addition to your collection.

Scarlet is exactly what it says on the bottle - dark ruby red.

This is effortless red, high on intensity, superb shine and bend - just - ugh - glorious!  I could stare and stare at this all day.

I particularly love the scatterings of pink throughout this.  Amazeballs.

And finally, Yule Be Home For The Holidays, by far the darkest of the 4, and really, only just in the red / burgundy category.

YBHFTH is a dark purple-tinged maroon with lighter flakies.  In the right light, they look coppery and golden, creating a stunning contrast.

For me, this polish is much more seasonal than the other 3, and is perfect for autumn and winter.  What I like most is how different it is in terms of finish, and it's great to see ATC stretching their wings and really playing with polishes and what they can be.

These polishes were sent to me for my honest review and can be purchased in the emporium of happiness known as their shop :)  HERE xx

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