Collection 2000 have recently re-branded themselves as simply "Collection"
but that will take a while to be fully instated and if they keep releasing new shades with
the old branding it will take even longer!
Anyway there is a few new shades in the Hot Looks line for the summer season all of which are bright and
attention seeking, I bought five shades which you can see below with a brief colour description of each.
55 Bright Lights - This is a reddened coral shade that is intense and dries slightly more orange tinged
than it appears in the bottle. Bright Lights requires two coats to be come opaque and settles to a crème
finish. A really pretty shade that will sizzle with a tan.
56 Electric Dreams - What would summer be without a few turquoise shades in your stash? Boring that's what! Electric Dreams is a slightly deeper blue base turquoise than most turquoise polishes I own but none the less it is a lovely shade that only required one coat for full coverage and again a crème formula.
I can imagine I will more than likely use this as a toe nail shade.
57 Neon Art - I'm a little disappointed in this shade, with a name like Neon Art I'd expect the colour contained inside to be blindingly bright and most certainly neon but instead this polish is more of a crème raspberry pink than it is neon...shame really!
This shade require three coats to become opaque and the first coat was a little streaky.
58 Go Retro! - This is my favourite of the bunch, a lovely vivid purple that is deep yet vibrant.
As with all the shades in the range this is a crème formula but sadly it did require three coats to become fully opaque and can be a little streaky on the first few coats but a show stopping colour none the less.
59 Look at Me - An acid green that is equally as yellow as it is green. I don't really favour this type of shade as it doesn't work with my skin tone but on deeper tones it will be quite magical. I may try this one once I return from my holiday and have a tan but we shall see.
Again a crème formula and two coats for the full nail coverage.
I really like the size (8ml) and generally the formula - it can be a little hit and miss,
of the Hot Looks polishes by Collection (2000). They are a great size for travelling or trying out a shade
that you wouldn't normally, not to mention they are a snip at £1.69 each.
You can purchase Collection (2000) Hot Looks polishes at most Collection (2000) retailers such as
Superdrug and Boots stores but some also check out chemist stores and your local supermarket.
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