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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Metametics Part 2: High Functioning Sociopath & God of Mischief

Here is Part 2 of my review of Metametics lacquers. Check out Part 1 here.

Today I have High Functioning Sociopath and God of Mischief to show off.

Click "Read more" for swatches of High Functioning Sociopath and God of Mischief and information on where to purchase Metametics lacquers! Fair warning this post is a little picture heavy. 
 As a base with High Functioning Sociopath, I opted for China Glaze Frostbite, a gorgeous, shimmery blue.

I think that this is probably my favorite out of all the Metametics lacquers I purchased. (Surprise, it's a blue!) High Functioning Sociopath blends seamlessly with Frostbite.
High Functioning Sociopath could certainly be worn on its own, but I just love it with Frostbite.

With God of Mischief, I had a little bit of fun with my manicure and opted to use two colors -- Orly Green Apple and Julep Leah.

Green Apple is a slightly muted, yellow-hued green creme.

And Julep's Leah is a grass green creme with the slightest shimmer to it.
I really like this manicure. God of Mischief isn't overly busy, which makes it a very versatile glitter polish. It would likely take too many coats to make opaque on its own but it is great over other colors. I think next time I will try a jelly sandwich with this.

All photos were taken in natural light with no flash, using one coat of a base coat, one coat of a Metametics polish, and one thick coat of Seche Vite topcoat. Application was fine. I didn't have problems with placing the glitters. You could definitely add another coat to get more glitter coverage if you wanted.
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