Pink Panache is a great hot pink. I love the shimmer that the diamond dust adds and I love how fancy it make me feel to have diamonds on my nails! These swatches show base coat, two coats of Pink Panache and Out The Door topcoat. The formula was great, thick in a good way and very easy to control. I barely had to do any clean up.
I really love mint polishes but mint polishes usually don't love me. I always get lobster hands (where your skin takes on a strange red tint in comparison to your nails) when I wear mint but Fizzy Cucumber really works on me. Again, the shimmer does it for me. I needed three thin coats for even coverage but it wasn't a problem. These polishes dry down a little dull so I would definitely add top coat to get the full shimmer effect.
|Gorgeous shimmer! And please excuse that wonky ring finger. I had a weird break and I'm trying to let it grow out.|
These polishes are perfect for Easter tomorrow so I decided to mix them up and wear them both together. I knew my nails needed to look good for Anna's birthday dinner tonight to compete with her amazing water marble so take that Anna! You have gorgeous nail art and I have DIAMONDS!
|A rare right hand sighting! And for good reason...look at that middle nub.|
So what do you think about these Etoile polishes? This was my first experience with them and I really love them. The formula was great and the addition of the diamond dust sets these polishes apart in the marketplace. The bottles are heavy and feel very luxe and the packaging is just adorable. Very well thought out!
Etoile is available here for $18 per bottle. The Greenwich St. Soiree Set retails for $26 so it's a deal to get them both together! Make sure you like the Etoile Facebook page for updates and specials.
***This polish was provided to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own.***