June 20, 2011

Color Club Fractured Collection Swatches!

Good morning guys! Happy Monday :D Today I have for you guys half of Color Clubs Fractured Collection, they are bringing us 6 more crack polishes! I'm looking forward to seeing the other half of the collection which includes a fuschia, blue and gold!

First up is Smash Hit, a black crack polish. I have this over a splatter mani you guys will see later this week! I really love this combo, it makes me think of when I was little and we would make drawings where you color the page in a ton of colors then go over it with black crayon. Then you would scrape off the black in whatever design you want. Hopefully someone knows what I mean by that, I use to love doing those when I was a kid!



Broken Tokens is a silver crack polish. This one is also over a splatter mani you will be seeing later this week!



Macro...I don't feel like the other photos do this one justice :)



Clean Break is a white crack polish. I have it over SpaRitual Chill and a pink LA Colors Nail Art polish I got at the Dollar Tree, I don't think it has a name. It was pretty much a boredom manicure the other night when I couldn't sleep lol. I decided to try the crack over it just to see how it looked and I liked the result! Kinda weird how it cracked along the top of the pink line, I wonder if that's maybe because the pink was a little raised up.



So far the only e-tailer I've seen these on is Victorias Nail Supply where you can buy these 3 polishes from the collection for $3.50 each. It doesn't look like they have the other 3 available yet. I'm guessing the collection will be available soon on the rest of the e-tailers as well as in stores like Bed, Bath & Beyond (or wherever you usually purchase Color Club from)

18 comments:

  1. where have i been, your nails have gotten soooooo long, lol.


    these are all beautiful! i really love the white & pink mani.

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  2. The one with black does look like "Black Magic" that we used to make with crayons! I like the pink, purple & white striped mani too!

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  3. I like the purple pink mani along with the way it split too. It gives the nails an extra dimension I think.

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  4. Very cool. I am definitely going to have to hunt down this set.

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  5. i totally remember the crayon thing! that was a lot of fun, haha. and i agree, that combo does look like it!

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  6. I love how these look over cool base manis. The splatter looks really neat under it!

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  7. I love that last design, I may have to try it out!

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  8. I know the crayon scratch things you're talking about, and your nails totally look like that with the black! Nice job!

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  9. I love that first one, we used that crayon trick for making fireworks drawings with the year ending!

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  10. Girl, this post just made me think of your mom and when she thanked you for bringing the crack home. :) I love the underlying manis you chose for each crack shade.

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  11. OMG That first mani is BEAUTIFUL!!!! I used to love doing that with the black crayon so much that I'd come home from school and do it in my free time. :p Can't wait to see the mani underneath the shatter!

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  12. I heart how it DID form that cracked line along the border of the pink. That added a lot to the over all look - much more art nail like vs. just color and crackle. And you know me, I am so over all the crackle/shatter thing for myself. I keep wondering when it will reach the saturation point in the market? Maybe never like glitters - it might be here to stay.

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  13. Waoooooooo it's geniallllllllll!!

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  14. This first manicure is HOTTT!!!

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  15. You are totally keeping the crackle craze alive and well in my heart. I love these!

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  16. i looove the white pink purple one

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  17. Wow, this is one of my favorite manicures I've ever seen! And yes... nothing better than making crayon messes... :D

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