My first favourite is:
-China glaze Cashmere crème, it's a beautiful subtle, sheer taupe colour. It looks great on everyone, and is a great way to wear a muddy, interesting shade in a professional manner. If you hadn't noticed mud is going to be a recurring theme throughout this post.
- Essie, Chincilli- This is a gorgeous grey shade, it looks amazing on and is another interesting shade. I always receive lots of complements whilst wearing this shade. I love the consistency of this, I would say this is an example of good Essie, definitely one of their best shades.
- Essie, Angora cardi- This is one of my all time favourite Essie shades, it's different, unique and as opaque as a polish ever gets. One coat in a hurry and you're good to go. This is the best consistency of all the Essie polishes I have tried and tested.
-Essie, Mink Muffs- This is THE interesting muddy shade, I have so many equivalents, including Chanel Particuliere. I feel that this tops them all. It's longevity is outstanding, it's opacity is amazing, it's an all round trooper.
-Essie, Over the top- This is my winter shade. It's an off black, shimmery, gunmetal colour. It needs a few coats to build that beautiful shade. However, the hard work is well worth it, this shade is stunning on and might even cause me to hope for a cold, dreary day. The consistency however is poor for Essie, it's too runny and is extremely sheer. I love the overall finish though, so I am happy to work with it.
-Essie, Steel- ing the scene- This is a metallic, silver/ green/ gold shade. Again extremely interesting to look at. This is a mesmerising shade which looks amazing with a black base.
Essie, Sew psyched- This is my go to shade. It's a khaki green. I know sounds hideous. It's amazing I love it, I am a khaki clothes girl all round. It just draws me in.... bizarre. I would choose khaki over pink any day!
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Eyeko Vampira polish- This is an amazing winter shade, it's a deep black shade with added heat from the finely milled red glitter. It would have been the perfect Halloween colour. It's another one which looks great with an extra black base layer.
|Sorry about the sloppy application..... again! Squint..... go on, you can just make out the glitter.|
Remember to wear a base and top coat every time, to keep your natural nails healthy, and help make those polishes stick to your natural nails.