Friday, 22 March 2013

Favorite Spring Nail Polishes

These are my favorite spring nail polishes.

Lemonade from Orly is my favorite yellow.  It is a cool-toned lemonade yellow.

China Glaze's For Audrey is the exact same colour as a Tiffany & Co. box.  A beautiful blue/green turquoise shade.

China Glaze in Peachy Keen is as exactly as it says...a peachy orange creme.  It is orange but is light enough to have a peachy feel.  I like to think of it as apricot.

China Glaze's Sea Spray is a pale baby blue with a slight silver shimmer.

Zoya's Miley is a milky lavender, very pastel.  It was very shear, 3-4 coats needed!

OPI's Mod About You is a very popular creamy baby pink.  I found it very difficult to not get streaks when applying, it seemed 'gloopy'.  I used some nail polish thinner and it seemed to help, but I still ended up using 3 coats.

Essie in Cascade Cool is a cool-toned light pink.  It has blue based undertones and was a dream to apply, not streaky at all in 2 coats.

Revlon's Popular is a very light baby pink with silver glitter.  It can be opaque in 3 coats, but I like it over a base coat of another polish.

Sally Hansen's Breezy Blue is a pale baby blue.  It is strangely a very shear polish, requiring several coats to obtain opacity.

Mint Sorbet from Sally Hansen is a beautiful sea-foam green.  Two coats and it was opaque.

Rimmel's Wild Orchid is a creamy mid-toned lavender   Lovely on the nails and easily applied with 2 coats.  My only negative is the wide brush.  Although there is a way around this scrape the brush from each side on the wide side, then dip the brush back in the bottle and scrape on the opposite sides, and you'll have a regular size brush to work with.

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