Not yet the latest collection but a vintage gem. India has a rosewood base with a hint of pink and also contains silver microglitter bits, which are already prominent in the bottle picture.
Application was two coats and I am happy to present this colour in direct sunlight. 😎
Happy New Year – although it’s been 2018 for almost one week. I just realised that this is the first post of this year. I’ve been back in Hamburg for a couple of days and already been a bit busy too … happily enjoying the rest of the weekend.
Grey nail varnishes are so special; I like this colour very much, also regarding clothing. Grey-t to be here comes with a pink shimmer. It’s really there even when it’s hard to see from the photos, argh! 😮
Two coats shown below.
I recently remembered Sea Spray and was quite sure that I had already shown it – not really, only with It’s a Trap-eze as layering. So here is Sea Spray on its own, it’s dove grey with a slight shimmer.
Two coats applied. I liked this so much on my nails that I removed it only after three days, with no chipping and nearly no tip wear.
Close-up for the glassflecks.
I’m waiting for A England’s Tudoresque to arrive – and have more or less applied colours I had worn before, more or less. That’s why I have finally better photos of beautiful Emerald, one of my Christmas favourites this year.
Close-up. This is such an amazing colour, in my view. It even seems to contain a hint of teal.
Some of you long-time readers may probably remember Frimas, which was released for Holiday 2013 (but not in Europe, as far as I know). The one thing I remember is the bad photos I took because they lacked proper lighting, although I tried so hard. 😉 Last week, I applied Frimas again – so here is an update.
Two coats shown below. The colour is mauve with hints of rosewood – and a beautiful golden shimmer.
Here’s an older Essence. I picked Icebreaker about three years ago because of its fascinating, slightly iridescent shimmer. The base is blue and the shimmer is magenta.
Sadly the formula is very sheer. Shown below is three coats and there is still a visible nail line. But the shimmer is amazing.
Elfin Whispers was a wonderful birthday present I got from my daughter last Sunday (hence on my actual birthday). It’s currently available at drugstores which have Essence cosmetics and I would have bought it anyway because I was curious when hearing about “melted chrome”. Elfin Whispers is purple and has a metallic finish.
Application is good but you have to be quick; this can get stripy. Without topcoat the finish is more semi-matte or satin. Adding topcoat, the finish becomes glossy – but not shiny as in “mirror-like”. Nevertheless, it’s a pretty colour and formula. This is two coats, by the way.