A new line of nail polish was just introduced on September 1st from the Orly line. The line is called Cosmic FX and it consists of six new polishes. This is one you have to see to believe, so I’ve included a couple pictures.
In the photo, I am wearing three coats of Space Cadet, a gorgeous blend of pink, purple, and gold. I am also not wearing a topcoat or any polish beneath, although this can be used on top of a color to give a luminous shine. The other colors in this line are Lunar Eclipse, which has a pink and purple hue. Galaxy Girl is another one of my favorites and it has blue and blue green colors. It’s Not Rocket Science is green, gold and blue and Halley’s Comet is turquoise with green and yellow. Last, but not least there is Out of This World, which has purple with pink and silver.
The great thing about Orly is not just the quality, but the fact they refrain from including chemicals like DBP, formaldehyde, and toluene which is better for the nails. Did you know that formaldehyde is a chemical that is used for embalming? Why would we want to put that on our nails? Believe it or not, this chemical is commonly used in nail polished today. Thankfully, Orly is one of the brands we can trust not to have this.
This new line continues with the rubberized cap we all love. The cap looks a little different than the normal gray we see. Instead this limited edition comes in black rubberized caps. You can find Space Cadet and the other four polishes in your local Sally Beauty Supply or can be ordered online. If you wish to get them in the store, I would go soon because they are turning out to be a huge hit and are going fast. This line seems to be very popular and people are viewing it as the best line of the year.
So what makes this polish so much greater than the rest? It’s so great because it’s multi-toned, glittery, high shine and comes from a trusted company. What more could we ask for? The glitter is also not large and clumpy like some glittery polishes can be. It shimmers and you know it’s there, but it isn’t too much either. According to Orly, a special Mica is used to make the sparkle clear and vibrant. Apparrently, they knew what they were doing.
These polishes sell for about ten dollars for a .6 oz bottle at various online retailers. At Sally’s, they sell for $8.99 plus tax. This is about three dollars more than Orly polished normally cost there, but it is also not like any of their other polishes. In my opinion, it’s worth it. I’m hoping to see more color selection and a continuation of this promotion! Come on, Orly!