Coco Blue is not new at all but this fresh light blue with its subtle shimmer goes so well with – spring (if it had already arrived). Thus it is still one of my favourite blue nal colours. This is the relaunch of Spring 2012 and I’ve shown the Vogue Fashion’s Night Out version of 2011 before: Coco Blue.
Two coats shown below.
Iced Frappé is a light, almost pastel mauve with hints of grey and nude. Thus a perfect neutral, but not nude, colour, great for every occasion.
I’ve got the mini version (from last year’s Ciaté advent calendar) and applied two coats.
Here’s another of my favourite China Glaze nail varnishes, Electric Beat. Bright periwinkle blue.
Shown below is two coats.
Browsing my older swatches. This is from 2012, Navigate Her, a pale apple green.
Two coats …
… and you may recognise that it matches the colour of our sofa. That’s why I like Navigate Her (but I like greens in general).
What I like about May? Everything. It is one of my favourite pink nail varnishes, coming from the lighter side of pinks.
I realised that I applied May only a couple weeks ago although I definitely fell in love with this shade immediately at its release in January 2012. Two coats, I guess.
Bright lemon yellow. 🙂
It’s been a year since I did my nails with Lemon, I applied it for my husband’s birthday party back in May 2012, so photos show the actual mani.
Under artificial light.
I’ve become a huge fan of the Mariah Carey Collection, not only for its variety of beautiful shades in general but also because of the liquid sand varnishes, of course! Such an interesting finish. Here is Get Your Number, a turquoise base packed with glitter in various sizes.
Two coats; I’ve been wearing this for almost three days and did not experience any chipping or tipwear. 🙂
Close up view. 🙂