Clionadh Cosmetics | Spacetime Slick-adelics Collection

by Lisa Heath

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Happy Friday! I have the Clionadh Cosmetics Spacetime Slick-adelics Collection to share tonight!

All 7 new Spacetime Slicks feature a loosely linear (borderline scattered looking) holographic black jelly base with different magnetic shimmers, and matching flakes. To check out application and in motion – my YouTube video is below!

Clionadh Cosmetics refers to these as “optional magnetics” because they look good either way. You can wear them as a multichrome or a magnetic. I do show each shade both ways. For each photo my middle and ring nails are magnetized and I left my index and pinky unmagnetized.

For top coat I used Cuticula Limitless (Gifted by Maker) and I find that I just get a better line with this particular top coat when I use a magnetic after applying it.

These release at 5pm Eastern on December 30th (later today for those on the East Coast)

Let’s jump in and take a look

Clionadh Cosmetics | Event Horizon

Event Horizon is a black jelly based loosely linear holographic base loaded wtih purple to pink to peach to yellow to chartreuse shifting magnetic shimmer and flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Clionadh Cosmetics | Gravity Well

Gravity Well is a black jelly based loosely linear holographic base loaded with turquoise to blue to purple to magenta to orange shifting magnetic shimmer and flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Clionadh Cosmetics | Quasar

Quasar is a black jelly based loosely linear holographic loaded with lime green to silvery teal to blue to purple shifting magnetic shimmer and flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Clionadh Cosmetics | Singularity

Singularity is a black jelly based loosely linear holographic loaded with magenta to peach to yellow to lime shifting magnetic shimmer and flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Clionadh Cosmetics | Spaghettification

Spaghettification is a black jelly based loosely linear holographic loaded with gold to chartreuse to greenish silver shifting magnetic shimmer and flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Clionadh Cosmetics | Thermonuclear

Thermonuclear is a black jelly based loosely linear holographic loaded with red to orange to yellow to chartreuse shifting magnetic shimmer and flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Clionadh Cosmetics | Wormhole

Wormhole is a black jelly based loosely linear holographic loaded with cobalt blue to purple to red shifting magnetic shimmer and flakes. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

Clionadh Cosmetics | Spacetime Slick-adelics Collection

All of these applied beautifully, and if I did thicker coats – I could probably get away with 2 for each, but I prefer doing 3 thin ones. For each set I did describe the linear holo as “loosely linear” and that’s because while it is linear, it’s borderline scattered holo. There is an “arc” of linear-ness to it but it’s not a straight up visible arc.

My top picks in order are: Gravity Well, Singularity and Event Horizon.

Release Date: December 30th at 5pm Eastern

Where To Buy: Clionadh Cosmetics | Rainbow Connection UK | Color4Nails | Femme Fatale Cosmetics | Gracie Jay & Co | What’s Up Beauty

Price: $16.99 CAD (approx. $12.80 USD) Each | Bundle of 7: $109.99 CAD (approx. $82.90 USD)

Clionadh Cosmetics Social Media: Instagram

I did link all places you can purchase Clionadh Cosmetics above, but unsure which will carry this new collection just yet.

Hope you enjoyed!

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