Formula X Sublime, Funky, Infamous swatches + review

Purchased by Me buttonHi everyone! I have 3 Formula X polishes to show you today: Sublime, Funky, And Infamous. These are all duo or multi chrome polishes. Do they compare to indie multi chromes? Read on to find out.

Formula X Sublime | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula X Sublime macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sublime is a sage green to glowy green to pink multichrome. Formula on this was super thin and sheer.

Sublime Formula X | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula X Sublime color shift | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is 3 coats and no top coat.

Formula X Funky | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula X Funky macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Funky is a bright blue to purple to glowy teal multi chrome. Formula is thin and stinky! It does dry semi-glossy.

Funky Formula X | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula X Funky color shift | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is 3 coats and no top coat.

Formula X Infamous | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula X Infamous macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Infamous Formula X | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Infamous is a purple to grey to green to blue multi chrome. Formula is thin and brush-strokey; it does dry semi-glossy.

Formula X Infamous purple grey green color shift | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula X Infamous grey purple color shift | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Formula X Infamous green shift | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is 3 coats and no top coat.

Obviously I really love Infamous but I’m glad I bought these on clearance. If I had paid full price for such thin and floody polishes, I wouldn’t be happy. I really do prefer indies for such complex polishes because usually the formula is much better! What are your thoughts?

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4 thoughts on “Formula X Sublime, Funky, Infamous swatches + review

  1. Hahaha!! Gotta love those skunky blues, huh?

    But you made them all look great (especially Infamous)! I do love a shifter! Curious to know how you think they’d do over black undies. I’m a fan of layering – especially if it cuts down on coats and helps to pop a shift.
    If you tried that, let me know how it went! I won’t bother picking these up if you tell me I can’t layer ’em effectively.

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