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colorcurators Patrick Starr Collection

colorcurators Patrick Starr Collection

Hey there beauty enthusiasts!
It’s February 1st which means one big thing for all you Formula X fans!  The launch date of Formula X’s February #colorcurators limited edition collection collaborated by the super fabulous Beauty Make-Up Artist & Vlogger Patrick Starrr. (Patrick Simondac) has finally arrived!   If you’ve never heard of Patrick please check out his Patrick Starrr YouTube page… & yes.. Patrick you most definitely are FABULOUS!

So a lil’ bit about the collection.
Patrick Starrr’s Formula X #colorcurators collection is all about PINK!  3 eye catching, fabulous, full-coverage pink nail lacquers.

She Better Werk” a bright bubble gum pink, “Jazzz a vibrant creamy fuchsia and Lucky Starrr a vibrant glamtastic, glitter fuchsia.   I’d describe Lucky Starrr as Jazzz day dreaming it was a a fabulous glitter polish. 🙂

Let me start by saying how i absolutely love this collection!  There’s ZERO Streaking, they’re long lasting & all are opaque after the first coat.  So if you’re in a rush you can easily get away with just one coat – SUPER BONUS!  They also carry a high shine.  So be prepared to shock street see’ers who ask if you’re wearing gel polish!

For those of you concerned with chemicals, FORMULA X is a 3-free formula!

Please don’t ask me to choose which color’s my favorite, ’cause i love them all equally!  This is such a great collection that can be worn by all.  There’s two daytime shades & 1 for evening glam.  It’s also a great color pallet to play around with for some jazzy nail art!

So, if you’re a “pink girl” i’d highly recommend picking up this collection and i wouldn’t wait too long.  Due to the special nature of this collaboration, quantities are very limited.

FORMULA X @PatrickStarrr #ColorCurators Collection is available now at Sephora and SEPHORA inside J.C. Penney stores, by calling 1-877-SEPHORA or by logging on to via computer or smartphone.  ($12.50 per bottle)

Here’s a closer look at each of the shades.  Plus, stay tuned for an amazing nail art tutorial featuring colors from this collection.







(photo credits: FORMULA X // Holly for )
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