All 7 polishes in the Wavelengths Collection:
At the Summit
We kick off with At the Summit. Whilst only marginally shorter than the color blue, the Indigo/Violet/Purple spectrum has the highest frequency and energy, of all the colors in the spectrum. So we thought about names around height, and came up with “At the Summit”.
This gorgeous linear purple holo is the polish you would wear if you were going to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. High energy, high frequency and on top of the world!
If you were to take a “short stop” on the way up the mountain, you would notice the sky is no longer blue. It’s white. Because, in case you didn’t know, the sky really isn’t blue. It’s a reflection of the color of the shortest, and most easily dispersed color on the spectrum. Blue.
Another linear holo, but packed with fine scattered holos, as well, this polish is named after the limited wavelength it can travel: it travels a short distance and stops.
At First Sight
This chunky yellow glittery holo is named after the wavelength that is most visible to the human eye. If we see a rainbow of colors, whilst we will gravitate to our preferences, our eyes will notice that yellow is present in the collection, first. Try it next time you get a collection of polishes, glance, and then think what you saw. If yellow is in there, it will have registered ahead of anything else!
The wavelength of Green – in this instance, a super chunky holo hex and glitter bomb of a polish – is the only one that is capable of penetrating the absence of light. It’s why night vision goggles are always green. It’s not a preference or a secret – it’s the only one that works. Balancing the perfect vibrations of distance, frequency and energy, it can exist without light.
Orange! The second most powerful color on the spectrum. Whilst not the energy “top dog”, orange comes close and is associated with personal power, confidence and energy. It is the second longest wavelength, with a low frequency, because it has the strength to hold its own in a limited capacity.
This polish is packed with different sized holos – not quite as chunky as green, but still a decent holo glitter bomb!
Going the Distance
Red! The longest wavelength there is. A gorgeous linear holo with scattered fine glitters, this polish is the exact opposite to blue in terms of its properties. Low frequencies, long wavelengths. Visible as a deep, rich color, as opposed to the more easily scattered blues.
And that’s it… wait…
It’s An Illusion…
That’s right. Pink – this gorgeous linear holo – is an illusion. It doesn’t exist. The reason it had no numbers on the promo grid? It doesn’t exist. There is no wavelength for pink. It exists only when red and blue clash at the exact same frequency. It’s not real. Or put it another way: it’s magic.
Swatches shown with 3 coats and glossy top coat.
Butyl Acetate Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Phtalic Anhydride/Trimellitic Anhydride/Glycols Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Adipic Acid/Fumaric Acid/Phtalic Acid/Tricycloodecane Dimethanol Copolymer, Stearalkonium Hectorite. Silica, Citric Acid.
May Contain: Red 6, Red 7, Red 34, Yellow 5, Yellow 10, Black 1, Blue 1, Ferric Ferrocyanide, Ultramarines, Titanium Dioxide, Natural Mica, Synthetic Mica, Calcium Aluminum Borosilicate, Polyethylene Terephthalate, Polyurethane 33, Alumina, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Synthetic Fluorophylogopite, Tin Oxide, Amorphous Silica, Aluminum Hydroxide, Propylene Glycol Propyl Ether/Magnesium Fluoride, Spectraflair Pigment.
My polishes are Five Free and Vegan
Flammable, For External Use Only, Keep Out Of Reach of Children.