Catrice “Houston’s Favorite”

Hello Beauties!

The Out of Space LE by Catrice has been in the shops in June and July. I love the nail polish colours – 3 of them are really dark and mysterious – I still wonder why Catrice brought out this LE in summer but oh well! I bought the nail polishes and wear them now, in fall and winter – today I would like to show you C02 “Houston’s Favorite”. In the bottle the colour looks like a smokey mid-blue or petrol shimmer, with duochrome shimmer into purple. Very pretty! On the nails, the slight duochrome effect is not visible though. I used two coats, no base or top coat, and the application was actually good! I expected some bubbles but luckily no bubbles formed while drying – other Catrice nail polishes usually dry bubbly on my nails!

Catrice Houstons Favorite

Catrice Houstons Favorite

Catrice Houstons Favorite

Catrice Houstons Favorite

I love this nail polish! I think it is very unique, too – I can’t think of any dupe. The petrol/teal colour is definetely “hip” for the cold months ahead, so I’m sure I’ll be wearing this one a lot!

Thanks for looking!

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3 thoughts on “Catrice “Houston’s Favorite”

  1. This is nice! The only polish I got from that LE was Moonlight Express and was kinda disappointed with it. Wish I could have gotten Beam Me Scotty as it has a matte/suede finish…

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  2. Die Farbe sieht tatsächlich verdammt genial aus. Mich wundert’s auch, dass die Out of Space LE als Sommeredition konzipiert wurde. Sie ist mEn definitv etwas für den Herbst/ Winter. 🙂

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