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Most fashion bloggers report on trends, but Gala Gonzalez is shaping them—starting from the hands up. This spring, the Spanish-born blogger, stylist, and DJ teamed up with Color Club to launch this four-piece nail polish collection. Gold Struck is an understated, soft gold thats subtle enough for daytime wear. Breakfast At... is an emerald pearl that bears a striking resemblance to a certain iconic jewelry box. Aquamarine Azulino is a pearly sky blue with a hint of shimmer, and Heirloom Pearls is an opulent off-white. All four on-trend shades have a luxe pearl finish—for a mani that's both modern and sleek.
I sampled the "Aquamarine Azulino" blue color and LOVE it!! It has a beautiful pearly light blue color, so cute I might have to buy this set!!5
I love nail polish and had never tried this brand before. I received the blue sample and had to use a few coats of polish. That is pretty much typical with nail polish you buy now. It is a very cute color and looks great on. A top coat helped it shine a bit more. Will definitely consider buying the 4-pack!4
Didn't care for the color, but thought the finish was nice.2
I was not a fan of the colors so I gave the nail polish to a friend. She really seemed to like them said they went on great, and would consider buying the product in the future3
The quality of this polish was fine but I was not a huge fan of the colors in this gems collection.
Supper cute. they also lasted awhile. I would buy these for sure.4
Love the neutral colors. Polish was good quality and stayed on as good as salon polish.5
Not usually a pastel fan for nail polish. The light green is beautiful. Requires multiple coasts though.4
The gold color is the most amazing color I've ever used on my olive skin tone. It's been my go to nail polish any time I want to feel like a goddess.5
I had a hard time rating this product: on one hand, the color really is a charming pearly white and the polish has a nice smooth application, but all-in-all, it was just like a typical Revlon nail polish. One thing that I do really like is that (so far) even after several uses - and after having it more than a year later - this polish doesn't get gross and clumpy like OPI and Essie get over time.3