Color Society - Color Club Royals

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Color Club is fast becoming a great polish brand for nail art. Repeatedly, I find myself grabbing their bottles for full, rich color in many of my detailed nail art ideas. One of my favorites is their fabulous yellow, Almost Famous. After tonight, I have two more to add to my list.

Here's some nail art to prove it!

The color shown is Bright Night, splattered with little white daisies done with a nail striper from Color Madric. Isn't it so rich?!

For its swatch, I used two coats of Bright Night. It's one of the best blues I own to date, walking the line between being dark, yet bright. It's not for those afraid of bold colors, that's for damn sure!

Its partner in this review is Abyss. It's more blue than a previous teal from Color Society's set of Color Clubs using Wild Cactus, shown here. Again, very rich, and needs only two coats for ultra opacity.

If you're looking for great nail art polishes that'll get you fabulous results without lots of retracing, I recommend diving into some of the Color Club creme polishes, like these two rich beauties.

Thank you again to Color Society for sending out wonderful polishes for bloggers to review. And remember, if you're interested in applying to be part of the Color Society, fill out the application here!

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These products were sent to me by Color Society. The reviews are based entirely on my experience with the products and were in no way influenced by anyone.


  1. Such pretty nail art! Loving the teal colour too.

  2. That first blue... *_* Pretty swatches!

  3. I was wondering what kind of information are they looking for in the message box for application?

    1. I'm not entirely sure. I would direct your question to

  4. Beautiful colours, really beautiful.

  5. i really want to go out and buy bright night now


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