October 13, 2017

Emily de Molly October 2017 Release Swatches & Review


Emily De Molly October 2017 collection

Hello readers,
Today I have Emily De Molly's October 2017 release to share with you. This eight shade collection has a little bit of everything in terms of colours and finish, so let's get straight to swatches.

End Of Seasons

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End Of Seasons features a deep red to orange shifting multichrome base with lots of small gold holo glitters. In shaded lighting a purple flash also makes an appearance. For the life of me I couldn't get this to show in my swatch photos, but you can see it at the edge of the bottle in the picture below. The formula was easy to work with taking two coats for full coverage. This dries relatively smoothly. There is the occasional divot due to a glitter, but it doesn't feel gritty or rough so one coat of top coat is enough to smooth things out. Photos show two coats of End Of Seasons with one coat of Girly Bits Cosmetics What A Rush top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Emily De Molly End Of Seasons swatch

EDM End Of Seasons swatch

Emily De Molly End Of Seasons Review

The Counting Order

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The Counting Order features a light blue base with a super strong green to pink shifting shimmer along with small holo silver glitters and blue flakies. The effect is shimmer and metallic all at the same time. The formula was easy to work with taking two coats for full coverage. In bright lighting the green shimmer takes over, but in shaded lighting the blue tones of the base and the pink shimmer come out to play. Photos show two coats of The Counting Order with one coat of Girly Bits Cosmetics What A Rush top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Emily De Molly The Counting Order swatch

EDM The Counting Order swatch

Emily De Molly The Counting Order Review

Emily De Molly The Counting Order Review

Pretty Persona

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Pretty Persona is a pale pink with a lime green shimmer, small fuchsia and silver glitters and a sprinkling of iridescent flakes. The formula was a bit sheer, taking three coats for full coverage. This shade dries to an almost matte finish, and the flakes and glitters do add a little texture, so top coat is definitely recommended. Photos show three coats of The Plain Wall with two coats of Girly Bits Cosmetics What A Rush top coat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Emily De Molly Pretty Persona swatch

EDM Pretty Persona swatch

Emily De Molly Pretty Persona Review

Stylish Cover Up

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Stylish Cover Up is a deep plum purple (cold) to berry (warm) thermal with a strong warm gold shimmer. It looks much more blue in the bottle than it does on the nail. The formula was very easy to work with and took two coats for full coverage. This shade dries to a smooth matte finish, so if you prefer shiny you'll want to add a glossy top coat. Photos show two coats of Stylish Cover Up with one coat of Girly Bits Cosmetics What A Rush topcoat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Emily De Molly Stylish Cover Up swatch

EDM Stylish Cover Up swatch

Emily De Molly Stylish Cover Up Review

Land Of Critique

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Land Of Critique is a lavender holo with a pink shimmer, orange to green shifting iridescent glitters, and tiny silver holo glitters. The formula was very easy to work with and took two coats to become opaque. This dried pretty shiny on its own, but I added top coat for a perfectly smooth finish. Photos show two coats of Land Of Critique with one coat of Girly Bits Cosmetics What A Rush topcoat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Emily De Molly Land Of Critique swatch

EDM Land Of Critique swatch

Emily De Molly Land Of Critique Review

The Plain Wall

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The Plain Wall is a pale taupe crelly with a teal shimmer and a sprinkling of silver flakes. The formula was relatively easy to work with, especially for a pale colour. I found that using slightly thicker than normal coats and letting them self level was helpful in achieving an even finish. Using slightly thicker coats, two are needed for full coverage. Photos show two coats of The Plain Wall with one coat of Girly Bits Cosmetics What A Rush topcoat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Emily De Molly The Plain Wall swatch

EDM The Plain Wall swatch

Emily De Molly The Plain Wall Review

Chase The Charmed

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Chase The Charmed is a rose gold holo with lots of orange to green shifting iridescent flakes. The formula was relatively easy to work with other than the odd flake that would end up hanging off my nail's free edge and would need nudging back into place. This shades dries to a satin finish and there is a little bit of unevenness due to the flakes. One coat of a thicker top coat is enough to smooth everything out. Photos show two coats of Chase The Charmed with one coat of Girly Bits Cosmetics What A Rush topcoat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Emily De Molly Chase The Charmed swatch

EDM Chase The Charmed swatch

Emily De Molly Chase The Charmed Review

Ever Sort After

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Ever Sort After features a deep purple jelly base filled with a green to purple shifting shimmer and small silver flakes (which end up looking violet through the purple base). The formula was very easy to work with and though the first coat is a bit sheer, it layers up nicely becoming opaque in two coats. Photos show two coats of Ever Sort After with one coat of Girly Bits Cosmetics What A Rush topcoat in daylight spectrum lighting.

Emily De Molly Ever Sort After swatch

EDM Ever Sort After swatch

Emily De Molly Ever Sort After Review

Conclusion

So much good stuff to pick from! My personal favorites are The Counting Order and The Plain Wall. I love interesting neutrals, and I also love turquoise. This collection releases Friday October 20th at 10am AEDT on the Australian site and Thursday October 19th at 7pm EDT on the US and international site. You can find Emily De Molly on

www.emilydemolly.com.au (Australia)
www.emilydemolly.com (US & International)

Happy polishing,

Michelle

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