|Crowstoes 'Indian Summer' - Artificial Light|
|Crowstoes 'Indian Summer' - Natural Light|
I didn't find the multi-chrome effect to be particularly strong with this polish. It's not like a Hits polish (you NEED to get as many of those in your life as you can by the way - go to Sally Magpies for those). It is totally gorgeous though. I would say that 90% of the time this polish appears to be a lovely shade of metallic blurple (and you know how I feel about metallic purples). At more extreme angles it shifts to magenta. In the bottle, at the extreme of the inner curved surface, there's gold too but I didn't see that on the nail at all (see pic at the bottom of this post). I've noticed that all the online swatches suggest that this has a mega-chrome effect (including mine, yeah I know...hypocrite). What's undeniable though is that multi-chrome or not, this is a beautiful polish.
|Crowstoes 'Indian Summer' - Macro bottleshots - Artificial Light|
|Looky looky! It's a bottled sunset!|
Above, again with my trusty desklamp, with a fair bit of fiddling you can get to a red gold tone that's awesome. Not sure what angle you'd have to peer at your nails at in real life to see this one but you'd probably do yourself a neck injury trying. And finally, taking advantage of the curviest part of the bottle you can see the whole range of colours - its a sunset in a bottle!
This polish is absolutely lovely, I highly recommend it. I picked mine up for £10.25 from Rainbow Connection. In fact they're having an offer right now that orders placed before 2nd December will get you a £3 off voucher for your next purchase. But sorry, Indian Summer is currently sold out....
Disclaimer: I am in no way connected with any of the shops or brands that I blog about. I'm just a happy customer and nail nerd. All the shades I blog about have been bought with my own hard-earned moolah.