The interesting thing about Nubar duochromes is that they seem to be more duochrome shimmers in a monochromatic base. Most duochromes demonstrate flashes of color that permeate the entire polish, but Nubars have a surface change, still very strong on account of how much shimmer pigment is in each polish, but sort of floating on top with a subtle permeation; more of a suspension than a solution. Anyway, here's Indigo Illusion, a dusty, medium toned midnight teal with a rosy pink, green, and gold flash. Tasty.
The cool thing about a duochrome being so packed with shimmer is that the shift won't be completely lost in the summer sun, though I feel like this is a perfect dead-of-winter pick me up polish. Indigo Illusion's formula is great, the color opaque in two coats, and dry time minimal. I finished with one coat of HK Girl Glisten & Glow topcoat.
I get my Nubars off Amazon. They can generally be found there for $7 and under. Definitely some fun and unique duochromes in this line-- I like them and I'm excited to own more :)
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