I have the feeling it’s never going stop raining; it’s already the second day with nonstop rainfalls, and I actualy thought we’ve got summer! Today I got up at 5.40 in the morning, in order to catch the train to Hamburg … and got so tired in the late afternoon. 😉 So I am back in the big city for two days.
Printemps – Été 2014 at least alludes to summer, also in terms of its colour, which is a bright carrot shade. Moreover, it is the exact colour of Dior Mango. Believe me, not a tad different.
So here is Printemps – Été 2014 on my nails, two coats.
See? I told you so. 😉
Calypso. I’ve neglected this for years and don’t know why. Maybe the mention of “Gloss” scared me away because I expected a jelly which would need at least four coats … The colour is red.
It’s indeed a bit sheer (but dries quickly). This ist three thin coats.
Plaza. This is one of those polishes of my stash I’ve had for years but didn’t realise I never wore them. So when I checked my swatches with my actual nail varnish list, I came across Plaza, which is a beautiful pink.
Honestly, I can’t tell why I had never applied this. Shown below is two coats, really bright shade.
I had shown Caprice before but with rather dark photos under artificial light, which didn’t do this lime green justice. As I like this colour and wear it from time to time, here are some newer – and better – photos. 🙂 Application was two coats.
Turn Me Dior. Berry red with a slight blue undertone. This colour is a beautiful alternative to red. Classy yet different. 🙂
Two coats shown below.
So I presented No Hurries, No Worries (aka one of the most opaque nail varnishes 😎 ) yesterday, and here it is topped with Reflects. Reflects is meant as a top coat and packed with golden glassflecks in a sheer base.
One coat of Reflects over my (two-coat) No Hurries, No Worries mani to achieve a slightly golden shimmer.
Close-ups under natural (left) and artificial light.
This is Coral Crush – which ist, well, coral. 😎 Beautiful summer shade.
Two coats applied.
Artificial light (I guess this colour unfolds better in daylight).