Below: Following, are a few swatches from the polishes I have from the Femme Fatale collection.
Above & Below: Revvvolution is a testament to the fact that there is always a rainbow behind the clouds. Even with no light to bring out it's true beauty (below), it's still a stunning polish.
Below: Femme Fatale over Revvvolution. Alone, this is a very sheer polish, but it adds so much when used as a layering polish.
Below: It even adds an almost duo chrome effect.
Below: Are you getting tired of looking at this combination yet? Obviously, I wasn't!
Below: Worth the Risque is a beautiful silver holo with micro fine shimmer.
The last prize being added to my Anniversary Contest prize is from Color Club/Forsythe Cosmetics. They have graciously contributed their Femme Fatale Collection, which contains some of my favorite Color Club shades. I don't have the set in it's entirety among my own collection, but I do have several of the individual polishes I can share with you. I think everyone's favorite is Revvvolution, and there's no sense in trying to explain why with words. The pictures can do all of the talking. Worth the Risque stands just behind Revvvolution as a favorite of mine, as does Femme Fatale. Femme Fatale is rather shy on her own, but once she gets acquainted with another polish, she takes over the conversation. I think we can all agree that Color Club comes out with some pretty unique polishes in both color and finish, and for me, Wild at Heart and Femme Fatale are two of their collections that have revvvolutionized what nail polish trends are all about.
If you still need details about entering my Anniversary Contest (which ends 2/28/10), you can view all of the prizes that one lucky winner will receive by viewing the Anniversary Sponsors Box in the upper right hand corner. Just below that, in the box titled February Contest, you can find all of the details on how to enter. Many thanks to Color Club for this wonderful prize, and for their continued support of my blog.