In today’s post I will show you one manicure I did during the summer with two nail polishes kindly given to me for review from Parfimo.bg.
The nail polishes are Sally Hansen Shrimply Divine #520 and OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook. Sally Hansen Shrimply Divine is a nice bright pink creme. The application was a dream with the wide brush and it required only two coats!!! OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook is a dusty baby blue creme from the OPI Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. Application- hmm, worse than the Sally Hansen, after two coats there were still visible patches, so I did a third thick one to even it up.
I stamped the mani with MoYou London Princess Collection plate and Creative Shop stamper- I just love the paws 😛
Sally Hansen Shrimply Divine is easily dupe-able, and the same goes for the OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook. If you have to pick one- I will suggest the Sally Hansen for the better brush, application and brightness!
You can order both of the nail polishes from Parfimo.bg.
Today I have a mani I did probably a month ago. It screams summer nail art, at least for me and is made with Zoya Yummy & China Glaze Metro Pollen-Tin.
Zoya Yummy is a blue creme polish with nice formula, it required only 2 coats. I wouldn’t say it is a bright blue despite the description on Zoya’s website. It is like a milky blue, not too dark, not too bright, not too light, and definitely not baby blue. I think one can find lots of dupes to that nail polish.
The other nail polish here is China Glaze Metro Pollen-Tin. It is from the brand’s City Flourish Collection for Spring 2014 and it is a milked, kinda dusty yellow creme with relatively good application- it required 3 coats. The color is somewhat unique for my collection and I don’t have anything similar to it.
My verdict- the China Glaze Metro Pollen-Tin is a total keeper, as for the Zoya- plenty of dupes out there in the market.