As with UD's previous two recent releases, Blackheart has the same sexy bottle with sleek gunmetal cap. This shade looked like it may be interesting but I kept my hopes low since past promises of duochrome sheen have fallen lower than expectations. I wanted to switch up my polish shade from my previous red and mint so I thought this greyish-purple-brown might be a nice Fall alternative to straight black polish and I'm so glad I was right!
It's almost hard to properly describe Blackheart. The eyeshadow version is clearly a matte black-brown with reddish glitters, however the nail polish version is quite a bit more sophisticated. Tones of grey and purple make up the base color while duochrome shimmers flashing green-to-gold create the effect of brown tones as well.
From afar, the effect is still neutral enough to match anything, but up close you can really appreciate how unique this shade really is. I had to share a second, slightly-blurred pic to convey the truly dynamic nature of this polish. *ooh, ahh*
Can you see what I mean about all the colors? Is it green? Gold? Red? Purple? Grey? Brown?
You can pick this shade up for $15 at urbandecay.com and soon at Sephora, Macy's, and beauty.com.
Readers, will you be trying any of UD's new nail polishes? How would you describe this shade? Let me know in the comments below!
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