What do we think of this one? It’s green. It’s very green in fact. But it’s a fabulous green, if you’re into this kind of thing. Not only is it a really gorgeous shade of emerald green, this also has tons and tons of green sparkle included in the recipe, meaning that when it catches the light, it pings and glimmers like a Christmas tree. OK, maybe a bit more subtle than that, but it’s not a bad analogy as the colour is really like a fir tree.
And now I’m thinking about Christmas again – that can’t be a good thing.
This polish was perfectly opaque in two coats. Inglot formula is great, other than the brush appears to act like a vacuum, and you have to be careful as tons of the wet polish runs down the stick of the brush, causing quite a lot of pooling and a thicker coat than you might otherwise want. I found myself running the brush along my nail to take polish off and drop it back into the bottle rather than to put iton. This is two coats, with a layer of CND Air Dry (my current favourite quick drying topcoat).
So what do you think? Is this a green that takes your fancy? And enough of the numbers, Inglot – lets at least give these lovely polishes a name. If you were naming this one, what would you call it?