One from the Nubar Risque Reds collection that was released recently, I really like it. A blue-red creme it applies smoothly (if a little on the thick side, but nothing that can’t be fixed with a couple of drops of thinner), and evenly. There is no shimmer, and no glitter I really like it for a dramatic old-school”Hollywood” nails look. Pic above is two coats shown over an Orly basecoat, and without a topcoat. Okay, it’s not very edgy, but it is classic and pretty, and I like it. You can buy Nubar polishes from Beautyshed, who are lovely people, they cost £8 each.
Speaking of “edgy” though, I was at Boots No7 Autumn/Winter trends preview last week, and they’re releasing a matte topcoat for nails in August, and I managed to snag a bottle. I was wondering what a classic glossy red nail would look like mattified and here it is:
I think I kind of prefer this shade matte, to be honest, it’s more of a raspberry/cranberry colour once the gloss is removed, what do you think? No7 Stay Perfect Matte Topcoat will be available in Boots stores from August 11th, and will cost £7.25. I’ve just doubled my varnish wardrobe! Hmn … wonder what matte toenails will look like?
The Fine Print: Both items featured in this post were provided by PR for review purposes. Opinions are all my own work, feel free to ignore them though, it’s cool.