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.
Délicatesse (of Vogue Fashion’s Night Out of 2012), one of those shades I thought I had already posted – but no. So here comes this muted rosewood.
Two coats applied – photos have been taken only recently when visiting my mother. 🙂
Bright fuchsia pink with slight blue undertones. No further remarks necessary – Rose Futuriste is an amazing shade!
Application was two coats. Artificial light:
Daylight (making it look more on the berry side).
Really pretty, Rose Renaissance is pink with a slightly jelly-ish formula. Amazing colour, bright and glossy too.
Application was two coats. While the first coat left a visible nail line, Rose Renaissance gained opaqueness with a second layer.
Parme Graffiti is a lilac shade (not really pastel).
Two coats applied. I don’t really know what to say more, except for the usual thing – the formula of YSL polishes being great, and the flat and broader brush makes them easy to apply. 🙂 I liked Parme Graffiti but I am not wearing lilacs too often.
I was in the mood of layering, probably because of the pre-Christmas period and my resulting passion for glittery and sparkly manis. As for And the Moonbeams, I purchased this almost exactly two years ago and remember wearing it solo (but obviously did not take photos). Since then, it had been waiting patiently in my stash for its perfect moment. The colour is a rather sheer pale gold glitter combo.
I decided to combine it with Dior Carré Bleu, thus two coats of Carré Bleu and one coat And the Moonbeams. Loved the result!
Gris Deco; this is a light grey with a slight shimmer.
Probably not meant for hot and sunny summer days because of its shade being more a neutral. When I took the photos, it was still spring and I was, moreover, wearing a matching grey knitted dress. Coats applied of Gris Deco: three thin coats.
A macro shot, which, unfortunately, does not show much of the shimmer.