Phoenix Night is a color shifting nail polish and part of the Mythological Night collection. It is a cool black jelly base with shimmer that shifts from red to gold to green, and flashes vivid red and bright green at the extremes of its color range. It is meant to be opaque with two or three coats, but can also be layered to preserve the polish.
The base color of the Mythological Night polishes was originally developed for a custom polish named Onyxia, and the customer who commissioned it was kind enough to give permission for the base color to be used for other Starlight Polishes!
The first two photos are from Kaylyna of Killa Kay's Nail Adventure and @killakays_nailadventure on Instagram, and you can find her photos and reviews of the polishes on her IG account.
The third and fourth photos are from Tiffany of Polish and Paws. Her review is here: https://www.polishandpaws.com/2017/10/starlight-polish-mythological-night-collection.html
The fifth photo is from Erika of A Polished Narcoleptic. Her review is here: http://apolishednarcoleptic.blogspot.com/2017/10/starlight-and-sparkles-mythological.html
The sixth and seventh photos are from Courtney of @nails_by_courtney.s on Instagram, and you can find her photos and reviews on her IG account.
The eighth and ninth photos are from Lisa of Cosmetic Sanctuary. Her review is here: https://www.cosmeticsanctuary.com/starlight-polish-mythological-night-new-chimera-line/
The last picture shows what the 15mL and 5mL bottles will look like.
This polish contains "unicorn pee" pigment. The red to green color shifting pigment in the Phoenix polishes is the same kind of pigment that's in the original elusive unicorn pee polishes (Clarins 230, Liquid Euphoria Bliss, etc).
Phoenix Night is a custom polish, made from scratch with nail lacquer base, pigments, and color shifting pigment. Starlight Polish is 5 free, meaning free of DBP, toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, and camphor, and contains no carmine or other animal-derived pigments.
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