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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.
The color is very pretty, but I haven't found this polish to have the longevity as some of my other favorite brands.3
Color wan't really for me but I'm sure its great for a pastel orange person! If It was in a baby blue I'd be sold!2
I loved the consistency and the color, it took me 2 coats to get the color like the bottle but that's typical of a creme polish. Gonna get the whole set =]5
I got my sample in the turquoise color and I got so many compliments when I was wearing it! Great nail polish! Definitely buying the full size!4
i loved the color it is perfect for fall and even spring i was thinking along the lines of it being kind of pumpkin colored and it reminds me of some cinnamon pumpkin4
Factory girl is such an awesome mod color. It's a nice pastel and yes it is summery but it is also a bit 'minty' so i think you can get away with it in the winter!4
I love, love, love these colors! I got more complements on the color I received in my box that I ordered a couple other colors, which also got more complements than any other polish. It dries fast & is comparable to most polishes as far as chipping is concerned.5
This polish is gorgeous, applies beautifully in two coats, is true to colour, and overall a great buy. :) I got it in one of the baby blue shades and wear it quite often.4
i received the blue-ming sample, and was pleasantly surprised. i had been looking for a nice minty blue and this is it! the color swatch online looks a little more green. the color is a pale robins egg/ Tiffany blue.4
I love Color Club polishes already, but this color is fantastic! I don't think it's anything against CC, but the color separates a bit and is difficult to get back together, but once blended, it's great!4