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Pastels aren’t just for Easter. These creamy shades mix the sweetness of pastels with the boldness of brights. They’re the perfect way to update your wardrobe for summer. Each cheery shade looks equally stylish on fingers or toes.
Pastels just aren't for me. It was a nice size sample but just not for me.1
I love my non-metallic finish polishes but the mint color I got in my Birchbox in July was streaky and took FOREVER to dry. I ended up just wiping it off and using the green as an accent color of nail art, but it wasn't for me as a solid color.1
OK if you like the colors - UGLY if you don't and not for my skintone... hideous1
I loved the blue color I received, however, it went on very thick, and the polish peeled off easily.1
i did not like this polish. it went on super think and was really gloppy during application. i could not get a smooth and even coat. It was like using really really old polish but it was brand new... and well shaken! The color was very vibrant, so good for short term wear, as it started chipping the second day.1
It was very watery. It took SEVERAL coats to even get it on good and even then it just was not pretty. I was very excited when I saw the color when opening the box. It was the mint color. Once I started to apply this nail polish I was very disappointed. It did not apply well at ALL and was just not as pretty on as it was in the packaging.1
I loved the color. It was bright and summery, but it took 3 coats to get rid of brush streaks and then literally hours later it was peeling & chipping off. It did dry fast. I really wanted to like it, but it wasn't worth the time to apply only for it to be chipping practically before it was dry.1
AH! I received the Zoya nail polish Bevin in a previous Birchbox and LOVE it! The perfect wearable, neutral celadon. This seems like it aspires towards that, but lacks any depth to the color (or something, not sure how to phrase it) so that it looks like white-out with coloring mixed in. Such a gloppy, juvenile look!1
This nail polish is very clumpy and the color while pretty is ruined but the thickness of this polish1
The product did not have a smooth application and proved to be more clumpy than other brands, such as OPI and Essie.1