I bought 5 L'Oreal nail polishes while I was in Chengdu a couple of weeks ago! I was just randomly browsing and shopping before I flew back to Singapore that day, and when I saw these colors...I think I got a tiny bit carried away. After all, these are not available in locally. These are mini polishes, and they retail for about S$9 each...which is a little pricey to be honest.
There was a variety of colors, including some very attractive brights, but I opened the testers, and found these nudes and the lone blue has the best creamiest consistency. The rest seem to be running a little on the jelly side.
Some product description:
The wardrobe of gel based colours have been developed by L'Oreal Paris colour creative director Orrea Light; who through her travels and her fashion forward expertise has created 41 sophisticated shades, each telling their own story. Experiment with the perfect selection of mini nail shades; bring out your inner vixen with Color Riche Nail in 'Moulin Rouge' or keep things natural with the 'foundation' for your nails Color Riche Nail in 'Beige Countess'. With one stroke of the patented flat brush, nails can be coated in your favourite colours dependent on your mood or outfit choice.
Here is the patented paddle brush. They look like the YSL nailpolish brushes... which make application a dream.
Patented Brush Technology.
- Precision - The brush helps to bring the formula to the centre of the nail, ensuring colour stays away from the nail bed.
- Quickness - The flat brush holds the nail formula so colour is applied to the nails in one stroke.
- Flawless - A curved, thin and broad end brush helps to control the flow of the polish for application.
104 - a nude beige
204 - a pinky nude
109 - a taupey nude beige
603 - griege
and 616 - a royal blue, I think the name is Jet Set to Paris. I can't make out the names of the other shades on the ulta site where I got some of the product info from.
Hope these swatches have been helpful, and thank you for reading!
Posted on November 25, 2012 at 3:49AM | Permalink
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