Monday, October 7, 2013

Incoco Halloween 2013 Collection: Fright Night Review

**press samples**

Hello :)  Today I have the entire Halloween 2013 collection from Incoco to show you!  There are four shades in this collection and two of them are glow-in-the-dark.  I don't have any glow-in-the dark polish so these two were my firsts :)  

I have reviewed Incoco nail wraps before, in case you missed it, here and here.

Photos are all shown with top coat.  Let's get started !
Bone Rattling (glow-in-the-dark) - these skulls are soooo cute !!!
Took me a while to figure out how to take this kind of photos !!  I don't think I 'charged' it enough under the sun.  I remember the first night I wore these, they were SO bright in the dark LOL !!!
Here's the other glow-in-the-dark shade:  Spooktacular.  Happy ghosts :)
This time I 'charged' it enough, I think!
Fright Night - Very sparkly plus you can see some glitter texture on these.  Now, these are completely smooth even before the top coat was applied.  
After Dark - an eerie ombre; the bottom shade (cuticle area) is a black to a dark purple then orange.  Again, you see some orange textured glitter and they're completely smooth on the nails.  
I love this collection, even though I'm not a Halloween person, but these are just too gorgeous !!  Those glow-in-the-dark ones are so adorable !!!

 Here are their links:  Incoco's website; Facebook; Instagram; Twitter; Pinterest & YouTube.  

Shipping is free on orders of $50 or more! They are currently only available to USA and Canadian addresses.  

What do you think?  Thank you for dropping by :)

**products were provided for my honest review**


maRyya said...

so awesome <3

My Nail Polish Online said...

Oh, how cool!

Natalia said...

They look pretty awesome!

Nails My Dreams said...

Woooowwwwwwww! Those are soooooooo cuuuuuuuute! I love them! <3 And may I ask how you took those glow in the dark photos? They're really stunning!

Natalie said...

These are super cute!

Vicky A said...

@Nails my Dreams I set my camera to 3200 ISO then started taking pics in the dark. I had numerous tries and only 2 or 3 came out good. Thanks!