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“a state of intense fear”, “one that inspires fear” – Merriam-Wester
Welcome to another Glam Polish Halloween polish post, a limited edition duo exclusive to Mei Mei’s Signatures, part II. Following the overwhelming response (and sell out within minutes) of the first exclusive limited edition set (Gruesome Movie Duo review here), Glam Polish and Mei Mei’s Signatures decided to create and release a new Halloween-inspired duo within weeks (they must have magic wands to churn something so quickly!).
Named Dark Terror, this limited edition set of holographic polishes is also numbered, and only 140 sets are available through Mei Mei’s Signatures. Because the set I received are samples, they are not numbered. Like the Gruesome Movie duo, the polishes in this set have names of horror movies.
“Black Water is a 2007 horror-thriller film set in the mangrove seas of northern Australia. It was written and directed by Andrew Traucki and David Nerlich and stars Diana Glenn, Maeve Dermody and Andy Rodoreda. The film was inspired by the true story of a crocodile attack in Australia’s Northern Territory in December 2003.” –Wikipedia
Black Water is described as a “blackened blue holo with sapphire glass flecks”. In the light, it flashes indigo blue in the bottle, along with scattered-linear holo.
When I first saw the name and the polish, the scene from The Ring where Sadako was creeping up from the well came to mind. *shudder*
In 2 coats, topped with Cult Nails Wicked Fast topcoat:
The formula is one of the best of Glam Polish shades I’ve tried so far. It is almost a one-coater. My overworking on the strokes on a couple of nails caused some dragging (which is entirely due to my obsession to get the fullest coverage), hence, I used 2 coats.
The blackened edges – LOVE! It lives up to the polish’s name; deep murky water in the dark of night, with midnight blue reflections.
The blue flecks are very visible on the nail or in the bottle. However, the sapphire blue still flashes through.
I applied Black Water over 1 coat of bascoat, but it still stained slightly. That was the only slight downside to this dark beauty.
Don’t Go In The Woods
“Don’t Go in the Woods is a 2010 American horror musical written and directed by Vincent D’Onofrio. The film was first shown in 2010 at single locations in the United States. It was released on Video on demand (VOD) on 26 December 2011, and on general theatrical release in January 2012. The film was made in upper New York state by 5 Minutes Productions, and distributed by Tribeca Film.” – Wikipedia
Don’t Go In The Woods is described as a “dark forest green holo with glass flecks”. The green leans towards teal, and is a gorgeous unique holo shade. The flecks are noticeable in the bottle.
It’s a cliché phrase that pops into the head (for me at least) whenever a character in a horror/ supernatural film or TV show heads for the woods. The plot is all too predictable, and yet, they never learn.
Here’s 1 coat of Don’t Go In The Woods topped with 1 coat of Cult Nails Wicked Fast topcoat:
I am so in love with this one, from the formula to the shade! Highly pigmented, it’s a near flawless one-coater. The blackened effect is less intense than Black Water, but the flecks are more visible and concentrated.
Here’s a closer look:
It does stain after removal, despite having a basecoat on. The problem could lie with my thin and clear base coat (Poshé 4-in-1 Nail Strengthening base coat).
The shades from Gruesome Movie and Dark Terror sets are distinctively different, yet complement each other to make a great ‘Holo-ween’ family.
The above mani was created by dragging blobs of Carrie, Tales From The Dark Side and Black Water randomly through each other with a toothpick over Don’t Go In The Woods as the base, finished with 2 coats of Glisten & Glow HK Girl topcoat.
Where To Grab Them
Glam Polish Dark Terror Duo is exclusively available at Mei Mei’s Signatures as a set and retails for SGD37.00 per set. This limited edition numbered set is limited to 140 only. Once sold out, they will not be reproduced.
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The Gruesome Movie duo is sold out, BUT there’s 1 set (numbered 45) available in a GIVEAWAY below:
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If you’ve entered, good luck!
Till the next post, stay polished!
Disclaimer: The polishes were sent for review consideration. However, all opinions expressed are my own, and will always be.