Dienstag, 30. Juli 2013

Fun summer nails: pinks

Hello my beautiful readers.

Today I wanted to show you my favorite summer nailpolish. You might not know that I am a huge nailpolish lover and collector and if this craziness continues I might have to look for a new appartment which would have enough space for a "Nailpolish-Room"! (totally kidding, but I do have quite a lot!)

I divided my nailpolish to blues (a post about those will follow later this week) and pinks because somehow I don't really tend to wear anything else in the summertime.

So let's start!

KIKO 376 : This first soft pink polish is not the one I wear all the time but I love wearing light babypink on my nails (anytime of the year) because it looks clean and elegant! (Kiko is an Italian brand which is available in many European countries.)

Essie Lovie Dovie : The most hyped Essie polish ever, made it into my favorites because it is as good as everyone says. The color is very vibrant but not too bright, easy to apply just like almost every Essie polish. 

China Glaze Pool Party: This color screams "summer"! It's a matte neon pink, which looks kind of orangy in bad lighting. You can avoid the matte finish by using a glossy topcoat. For an opaque result you have to apply two to three coats. Only thing I hate about this polish is that it chips pretty fast.(China Glaze is available only online in Europe, as far as I know!)

China Glaze Flip Flop Fantasy : Similar to Pool Party but this is a true neon orange. A lot of people have complimented me on this color because it is a definite eyecatcher.

Essie Too Too Hot : A classic red is a must have all year round. In the summertime I like lighter reds more, but right now this is the only polish I have close to my absolute summer red! 

So that's about it! Only thing I forgot to mention is a peach colored polish I got from Barry M. Just like the light baby pink I consider a peachy nailpolish as a very clean and elegant color.

Stay tuned for my blue summer nailpolish!

Have a beautiful day!
Xoxo Lola

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