W.I.C. by Herôme – Mystic Japan (swatches & review)

W.I.C by Herôme recently released their new limited edition collection: Mystic Japan. This collection consists of six new shades. I’m excited about this collection. Look at it, six cheerful shades for Summer: wic mystic japanherome mystic japan bottlesAll swatches are with base and top coat.

Nagoya, a light green cream. This hue of green really doesn’t suit my light skin tone, as with Plant The Planet by Essence. They are very similar. The only difference is that Nagoya is a bit darker. The formula is a bit streaky but levels out to a nice and smooth finish. This is opaque in two coats, but I used three.herome nagoya mystic japanNemuro, a yellow cream that is easy to work with for a yellow shade. We all know yellow isn’t the easiest color to work with, but this one is okay! This is two coats.herome nemuro mystic japanSapporo, a light blue cream with lots of fine silver shimmer. Definitely one of my favorites from this collection. The formula is great. I’m wearing two easy coats. herome sapporo mystic japanYokohama, a medium purple cream with a hint of silver shimmer. The shimmer is hardly visible on the nails. The formula is okay. This is two coats.herome yokohama mystic japanShizuoka, the pink sister of Yokohama (two coats).herome shizuoka mystic japanKyoto, a red cream with strong orange tones to it. Bright, but no ‘in your face’. This one also has a hint of silver shimmer. The formula is okay. I’m wearing two coats here.herome kyoto mystic japan
This collection is now available in Dutch stores and trough their website, until the end of June 2013. You can get one (7 ml) for € 7,50 (around $9.75) and two for € 12,50 (around $16.25).

Any favorites, girls?