Too many obsessions this month I tell you! Here’s yet another review of an Essie polish I have been loving in April.
Using My Maiden Name is not a 2015 collection polish but is a part of a previous year’s bridal collection. It is described as a pretty blue hydrangea shade which also has a bit of iridescence to it.
As I’ve said before, application is pretty simple and straightforward. Two coats does the trick to reach full opacity. The thin brush applicator makes it easy to apply well on the corners of the nails.
I think personally this is a shade one could wear every spring and even summer regardless of when it was released because it is a fun yet pretty colour on the nails. You need to necessarily wear it while you walk down the aisle but even for a casual day to day occasion.
Yes, another Essie nail polish review! I got myself some of the spring collection nail polish early last week so here’s my mini review of the shade Blossom Dandy.
I find that this is the perfect shade between a teal blue and sky blue. It’s screams spring in every sense of the shade and I can’t stop wearing it all the time. I needed two coats to achieve full opacity and I just love how well the colour pops on my nails.
Got mail this morning and I was too excited to leave it aside for another so here’s a quick review of my Essie Garden Collection polish – Perennial Chic.
I actually loved all the colours but this is the one that really spoke to me 😀 It’s perfect for everyday wear and is this nude peach like shade. I must add that it did need two full coats to reach complete opacity. Got two family engagements to attend tomorrow and I believe this polish would go perfectly with my outfits!
This polish is part of the spring collection for 2015. The collection also includes a light mint like colour which I am also extremely tempted to order. All the polish have floral names to go with them which I absolutely love too.