'Spring Fling' was released as part of the Easter Trio for 2013, and is a medium opacity creme polish in a fresh minty green colour. It contains a whole array of glitters including white diamonds and hexes, metallic fuchsia dots and hexes, pastel green hexes, tiny lime green hexes, and blue iridescent glitters. In my swatches I've applied 3 coats, and had no issues with application. I recommend a thick top coat to smooth it out though, as it can be a tad bumpy without it.
'Spring Fling' has been likened to another Femme Fatale Cosmetics polish, 'Winter Hyacinth'. Some of you may remember that I reviewed 'Winter Hyacinth' back in November last year, but I'll pop a photo up here so that you can see the differences.
|Winter Hyacinth - 2 coats over China Glaze 'For Audrey' (see my original post here)|
I'll admit that at first glance they do appear to be quite similar as those fuchsia dots and white diamonds are so striking. I promise you though that that's where the similarities end. In addition to the fuchsia dots and white diamonds, 'Winter Hyacinth' has rose glitters, holographic fuchsia hexes, large white hexes, and a teal base. 'Spring Fling' has pastel green hexes, white hexes (which are smaller than those in 'Winter Hyacinth') and tiny lime and iridescent blue glitters in a minty base. If you own 'Winter Hyacinth' and love it, I suggest you get 'Spring Fling' too, they're each beautiful in their own right.
|L - R: 'Spring Fling' and 'Winter Hyacinth'|
Femme Fatale Cosmetics polishes can be purchased for $9.85 for a 12ml bottle through their website for those of you living in Australia. For those of you who live internationally, a full list of stockists can be found here.
Disclosure note: The product/s in this post were provided for review. This did not affect my opinion of the product/s.