Alien robots. The Jolly Green Giant transforming into a metallic monster. A leprechaun poppin’ to some nasty techno beats. Seafoam slime from the future.
Those are all the first things I thought of when I wore Color Club Perfect Mol-ten.
This sharp green foil wooed me with its flashy style. And I’m a sucker for a looker like this. 😉
The perfect man may be hard to find. But the perfect polish? Found it!
Have you fallen for it, too? Go ahead! Don’t worry – I’ll catch you…
Color Club Perfect Mol-ten Pictures
Color Club Perfect Mol-ten Ingredients
Color Club Perfect Mol-ten Swatches
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√ Green foil
- Name: Color Club Perfect Mol-ten
- Collection: Color Club Foiled Collection (Fall 2011)
- Colours Available in the Collection: Cold Metal, Perfect Mol-ten, Antiquated, Hot Like Lava, Foil Me Once & Lumin-icecent
- Amount: 15 mL (0.5 fl. oz.)
- What I Paid: $3 USD
- Where to Buy: NailPolishCanada, Victoria Nail Supply, Trans Design, 8ty8Beauty & Head2Toe Beauty
Color Club Perfect Mol-ten Review
Perfect Mol-ten is a light green that stands apart from the crowd. It’s like the weasel in Pop Goes the Weasel. Although, calling it a weasel probably makes it sound bad. Hmm…it’s like a Lady Luck manicure – flashy, can be trashy, but all the while very mesmerizing.
As you know, I can’t help myself when it comes to green nail polish, and this one is a winner! I’m not even too crazy about foil polishes in general, but this one floored me. (Don’t worry, I got up, and I’m okay…until I catch the next glimpse of it again. Then I’ll be down for the count.) 😉
This is an in-your-face foil nail polish, so it has that brushed-metal look that reflects the light. It’s very dramatic and brilliant…even more so than Color Club Cold Metal, the blue foil from the same Foil Collection.
Application & Formula
The formula on this is wonderful! With just a single coat, I pretty much got full coverage. 🙂 (It should be good for nail stamping.) And it was easy to apply – it goes on where you want it to. No rebellious lacquer here!
Still, though, I used two coats to see if there would be any difference. Nope! Also, it dried very quickly, which is pretty typical of foil polishes. Another plus! 🙂
The only thing about this foil finish is that you’ll see some minor brushstrokes. If that annoys you, then don’t touch this polish with a 10-foot pole. (Try a 10.5-foot pole…hehe!) 😉 Seriously, the brushstrokes aren’t as bad as the kind you get with a pure metallic polish.
The cool thing is that with this polish, it looks as good without a top coat as it does with one! (I used a top coat to seal everything in, though.)
Final Verdict: 10/10
Perfect Mol-ten by Color Club took me by surprise. I knew that I’d like it because it was a type of green that I don’t have many bottles of, but instead, I fell head over heels in love with it. Tomorrow night, we’re going out for dinner… 😉
Do you like this green foil polish? What nail polish surprised you? Have you ever went out for dinner with a nail polish? Hehe!