Powder Perfect Camelot Collection

Today I have a gorgeous five piece collection by Powder Perfect to share with you.  Powder Perfect is an Australian Indie brand that makes some amazing holographic polishes! The Camelot Collection is no different!  It is filled with holographic goodness.

The Camelot Collection is available February 28th at 9am AEST (Australia) and February 27th at 6pm EST (US.)  The entire collection is only $62.


The Camelot Collection is part of the Immortal Range which will have a new and special top coat soon.  And all of the Immortal Range shades will have a silver cap.


“King Arthur” is a decadent royal blue with holo particles.  Shown is two coats plus top coat.

King Arthur ruled from Camelot and led Britain in war against the Anglo-Saxon invaders.  Famous for Excalibur and his round table of knights, his vision of unity and equality lives on.


“Guinevere” is a rich purple with micro gold flecks and a gorgeous holo finish that has a blue flash.  Shown is two coats plus top coat.

Guinevere, the Queen of Camelot, was charged with treason for her affair with Lancelot and banished to an abbey to live out her remaining days.


“Lancelot” is a rich bronze gold to green shifting duochrome polish with a holographic effect.  Shown is two coats plus top coat.

Lancelot was a knight of the round table who was famous for his bravery and skill as a swordsman but infamous for his love affair with Guinevere.


“Morgan Le Fay” is a deep russet maroon holo that darkens on the curve of the nail.  Shown is two coats plus top coat.

Morgan Le Fay is one of the most enigmatic characters in the Arthurian legend.  She was sometimes portrayed as a witch and sometimes as King Arthur’s half sister.  She wielded considerable influence over Arthur’s friends and foes alike.


“Excalibur” is a steely grey holo glitter bomb.  This can be worn as a textured polish or with top coat for a smooth, glossy finish.  Shown is two coats plus top coat.

Excalibur aka King Arthur’s sword, was said to have shone so brightly that it blinded Arthur’s enemies in battle.   Off the top of my head I can’t really think of any other named weapons.  Except Lucille! 😉

I also did some nail art using Guinevere, King Arthur, and Lancelot…kind of like a love triangle for the nails. 😉  I did a wet brush design and added some flowered stamping.

Thanks for reading!




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