Labels: Finger PaintsGroovy Green. The one I was looking forward to because it is green and Finger Paints has some really nice greens in their range. This was horrible. It was thick, lumpy and gooey even after adding 18 drops of thinner. The finish is frosty which doesn't really work with the color which is a lime green with subtle silver shimmer woven through it.
Psychedelic Sunshine. Is a sheer yellow with tiny holographic glitter. Think a yellow tinted China Glaze Fairy Dust. It's awful. I added 43 drops of thinner but it was still thick and heavy. It dried with this weird lumpy matte finish. It also made me look like I dipped my fingers in urine and sprinkled glitter over it. I tried it over a yellow creme - still awful. I wonder what they were thinking when they made this color?
Peaceful Purple. A silvery purple glitter. Nothing exciting but again the formula leaves a lot to be desired.
Outta Sight Orange. A shimmery glass fleck orange with pink shimmer. Three coats but this has potential. It's bright and cheery and would probably work better layering it over an orange creme. The pink shimmer/flash is subtle but there but doesn't really show in the photos.
Give Pink A Chance. A vibrant coral/pink/red. This had the best formula of all of them but the color has been done many times before.
All You Need Is Color. A teal glitter with added green glitter. I like this one but, again, the formula was a bit thick and gummy.
No love for this collection. If I had to pick it would be All I Need Is Color and Outta Sight Orange but only if I was forced. The formula on most of them was just bad and they just aren't very exciting. Pity because I like Finger Paints but not this collection.
*These were sent to me for review*