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Inspired by our global offices in four of the world’s classic cities (not to mention our love of travel), this bold collection of minis—created exclusively for Birchbox—features summer's hottest hues. Our editors worked closely with Color Club to develop these custom shades, visiting the brand’s Long Island factory to collaborate with the brand’s in-house chemist. You definitely won't find anything like these on-trend, brightly hued polishes anywhere else.
I love the neutral shades, the way it goes on and how long it lasts. Great product!
It looks great on. Pity it's so similar to a polish I received a couple boxes ago.4
I'm in love with this bright color! I was given a sample of london calling (the green). It went on smoothly and lasted just as long as other professional nail colors. I will absolutely be buying the 4 pack of this brand.5
I received the London shade, and it's a nice light green color perfect for summer. You definitely need to use at least two coats though, because the formula seems a little thin/runny. Nothing out of the ordinary for a nail polish though. I just used it today so I'll have to see how long it lasts!4
Liked the polish. Cute set. Wish the bottles were larger.4
I love this color it's a bright orange and goes onto the nails great! I would buy the other colors.4
I was hoping for a pale pink, but this color was just a little too on the white side for me2
I received the Mod in Manhattan color in my Birchbox and I must say, I don't love it. It's a off-white color that got a peachy-pink tone to it. It's not particularly flattering to my lighter skin tone either. I'm sure it might work for some, but not for me.1
I love nail polish and I was looking forward to this pastel green it went a tad neon green with my complexion (tan/medium skin tone).3
I got "London Calling." Great color...I get my nails done with shellac and there's just nothing that can compare to that3