It’s no secret how much I love nudes and neutrals in lacquers and gel polishes. So I’ve been coveting this gel polish for quite some time and holding onto it for a little before revealing.
The reason being I wanted to do something stylish with it for nail art, and it involved waiting for some items to be reunited with me. But first the swatch and the mini review!
So do you like it? Are you a wearer of neutrals or do you just like loud and bright colours?
Formula & Application notes:
I adore this polish. It is a smooth and creamy off-white, that looks perfect and glossy with top coat – this is 2 medium coats. You could use thinner ones, but as always for swatches, I make sure that I go the extra mile to ensure there are no transparent patches as everything shows up under photo lights.
I had no problems with this polish, just shake it well to mix in advance. It is nicely pigmented, just what I want in a creme polish gel or regular! It applied quickly and easily and did not pool like runnier shades can tend to do, so the viscosity was good on this one.
This is a really nice looking shade of off-white. It has just enough colour to be softer, and less stark than pure white if you are after something more classy or feminine. Perfect for work or play situations, I recommend this as an addition to the collection.
This shade would look perfect on a wide range of skin tones given it’s subtle warmth – whether you are lighter, olive, tan or darker brown. If you are quite pale, it would likely look very neutral, but I like that look.
It looks great alone but can also be dressed up with some simple lace stamping. Also a chrome, white or gold accenting, as well as some bling. The possibilites are endless. And finally this is the perfect traditional wedding nails base! As you will see in my nail art soon.
I don’t have exact dupes, but it is like a lighter, gel polish version of one of my fave Floss Gloss shades, Dinge. 😍