Sephora Formula X Magma, Spectrum, Loose Cannon swatch + review

Purchased by Me buttonGood morning all! It’s Friday and the celebratory weekend is almost here. I hope you have some fun plans if you’re in America for Independence Day! If you’re still looking for some ideas for your nails, be sure to check out last year’s 5 Easy Manicures For July 4th.

Today is just a quick post with a few Sephora Formula X polishes: Magma, Spectrum, and Loose Cannon.

Sephora Formula X Magma | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sephora Formula X Magma macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Magma is an orange glass fleck nail polish with gold flecks.  It has a bit of a pink undertone, I wish it was a bit more prevalent. This is 3 coats, no top coat. It reminds me of Zoya Alma that I showed you the other day.

Sephora Formula X Spectrum | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sephora Formula X Spectrum macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Spectrum is a red glass fleck nail polish with gold and purple shimmer. Really interesting red polish, for sure! This is 3 coats, no top coat.

Sephora Formula X Loose Cannon over Spectrum | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sephora Formula X Loose Cannon over Spectrum macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Last, I used Loose Cannon over Spectrum. Loose Cannon is a slightly tinted black based polish with glitters of black and white that dry to a textured finish. I’ll have to play around with color combinations, but I like this one! This is 1 coat over Spectrum.

Well, tomorrow, I’ll have a fun Independence Day manicure and pedicure to show you, so until then,

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