I’ve talked about cabin fever the mental state before; today let’s talk about a polish named Cabin Fever.
Really liked the new China Glaze (CG) I got the other day, Wood You Wanna? from the fall set called The Great Outdoors, and I mentioned that Ulta was having a BOGO sale (now expired as far as I know) on all CGs. What fun is a BOGO if you only get one? So of course I got two.
The other one I picked up was Cabin Fever, an interesting multichrome. More than just a duochrome, it flashes mostly copper and rosy pink but also has a greenish-gold shift. I don’t have anything quite like it.
The formula is good although upon first application it seems frosty and streaky. However, as it dries it self-levels extremely well and made brushstrokes a non-issue. Under indirect bright outdoor light, with the flash, and in direct sunlight:
Same lighting conditions but at a different angle:
Wow, looks like I’m holding three different bottles but I assure you it’s just the one. As you can see, different colors in Cabin Fever are visible under different light and at various angles. In direct sunlight it even looks bronze. Really a fun, interesting polish — it’s like the changing autumn leaves in a bottle.