Taupe Rétro – because browns always look good, especially muted ones. This one is a mud shade, or just taupe, hence a classy colour.
I’m sorry for having only photos under artificial light.
Felt like being thrown back to 2011, when I had applied Utopian Turqoise (Turquoise utopique) for the first time, because this brought me through the weekend now, and today I was also wearing the same turqoise dress you’ll see in this link, leading to the inital post. I had forgotten about the nail varnish/dress combo! 😉
Here are recent (i.e. of yesterday) photos of Utopian Turquoise, two coats.
Same experience with this as last time: sot the slightest indication of chipping after two days. However, this lovely turquoise (with high proportion of blue) stains a bit after removal, but this won’t last long. It’s definitely one of the best formulae I know.
Hello there! Yesterday I checked my stash and realised that there are still so many Chanel and Dior nail varnishes I haven’t shown yet, not only vintage shades but also newer ones, such as Rouge Red of this year or Monochrome (standard collection). I was sure that I had already tried them, but no. Good for you though, still lots of stuff to go through. 😉
As for Yves Saint Laurent, I don’t own that many of this brand’s nail colours. Here is one I bought recently, Fuchsia Intemporel, which is … fuchsia!
Or fuchsia with a hint of berry. This is two coats.
If you are a bit familiar with my taste, you will notice that Khaki Arty is quite an unusual shade for my nails. It’s indeed khaki with olive green undertones – nothing that will make me think of winter days. 😉 I received this from C.M of ChaHeVu blog – ages ago and as a special edition of Vogue Fashion’s Night Out.
Shown below is two coats.
Artificial light. This brings out the green.
Hope your Christmas was wonderful1 Now let’s move on to the end of this year. I am still enjoying being in Lower Saxony. So peaceful and quiet here, swimming bath every day … although less Pokéstops than in Hamburg! 🙂
Rose Scabiosa. I’ve had this in my stash for ages. It’s light pink – no pastel – with a hint of lilac. Looks very feminine in the bottle but often these pinks clash with my skintone, which is probably why I had put Rose Scabiosa on hold.
Two coats shown below.