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Face of Australia Glitteratti Collection swatches & review: the final three

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Evening! So in the end I did go and purchase the rest of the Face of Australia Glitterati Collection, like I said I may or may not do, ha ha. I reviewed Boogie Wonderland in this post here and also Dancing Queen, Funky Town, Heart of Glass and Lookin’ for Some Hot Stuff in this post here. Today’s post is Saturday Night Fever, Disco Inferno and Studio 54. Once again the last photo is taken outside.

Face of Australia Saturday Night Fever

Face of Australia Saturday Night Fever

I am so sorry this picture is blurry! I didn’t realise until I was going through my pictures and they were all like it! 😐

Face of Australia Saturday Night Fever

Saturday Night Fever

Saturday Night Fever is a multi-coloured glitter in a clear base. Its glitter includes green, red, silver and gold large square glitters; blue, green purple and silver large hexes; red, gold and light purple tiny hexes and purple, light purple and blue small hexes. Jam packed, hey? I’m wearing two coats over two coats of Beauty Attitude Pink Frost, without top coat. Again, as I have said with the other glitters in the collection, there was some slight curling of glitters. But I do think it could be tamed with a top coat, it was only very slight.

Face of Australia Disco Inferno

Face of Australia Disco Inferno

Face of Australia Disco Inferno

Disco Inferno

Disco Inferno is similar to Saturday Night Fever, but instead of it being multi-coloured, it’s more pinky-blue toned. It’s a clear base with small dark blue, light blue, pink, red and silver hexes and large red and light blue hexes. This is two coats over one coat of Revlon Knockout, without top coat. There was a slight curling of the larger glitter pieces, but I think this could be remedied by a top coat. I also found the glitter to be much more sparse than Saturday Night Fever; I had to place the glitter pieces so it would look how I liked it.

Face of Australia Studio 54

Face of Australia Studio 54

Face of Australia Studio 54

Studio 54

Finally, Studio 54. What an intense glitter this is. Can you believe this is just one coat over one coat of Revlon Kockout (without top coat)? Studio 54 has tiny copper glitters and small copper hexes in a clear base. Or I guess instead of copper you could call it rose gold? I didn’t have any issues with curling glitters with this one, probably because the glitter pieces are so small.

DETAILS

  • Where to buy: Priceline or Kmart
  • Cost: AU$4.95
  • Volume: 13ml

So, that’s it for the Face of Australia Glitterati Collection. What do you think of it? I really like it, I’m definitely more partial to the milky/creme polishes, but Heart of Glass and Dancing Queen are also standouts for me. Thanks for reading!

4 thoughts on “Face of Australia Glitteratti Collection swatches & review: the final three

  1. Really like the Disco Inferno colour.

  2. Of these three, I think Studio 54 would be my favourite, which is strange, as normally silver is preference, but it looks so stunning over the black. I actually like it enough that I’m going to keep my eyes out for it, so thank you, as I never would’ve known otherwise.

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