Essence is releasing new collection of nude products a part of their regular assortment in spring 2015. At the moment you can find a preview of this collection, called I Love Nude, in Müller store. They offer few lipsticks, lipglosses, eyeshadows, nail polishes and mascara. The collection looks very interesting, I especially loved eyeshadows, but didn’t get any in the end. What I did bought are mascara Lash Princess, which will be reviewed in a comparison post with older version of Lash Princess mascara, a lipstick Cool Nude, which will get a separate post during the weekend, and a nail polish I Nude It, which I’ll present today.
I Nude It is a very bright beige nude that contains subtle shimmer, which is almost invisible on nails. I’m not the biggest of a formula, because polish applies streaky and you need to be careful to reach an even application. I’m not sure if it’s the shimmer of this shade or something, because nude polishes are usual easier to apply. What I love about this polish is the brush. It has a flat brush, which is amazing. It’s definitely better that the one from Colour&Go polishes.
I used two coats for this swatch. I like this shade, it’s not bad, but the reason I bought it is because I Nude It is going to be a great base for stamping and nail art manicures. The duration time isn’t its strongest characteristic, it chips in a day. Girl with strongest nails, on which polish lasts longer, definitely won’t be satisfied with it. I also wanted to mention that on nails it doesn’t look exactly as in the bottle, but more, idk, beige. In the bottle it looks paler, I guess. The polish contains 8 ml and I paid 1,99 € for it.
And for the proof that’ll be great base I did one stamping manicure to include it in this post. I painted all of my nails with Essence I Nude It and then I applied golden leaf foil on my pinkie, index finger and thumb. On middle and ring finger I stamped a flower design using Models Own Copacabana nail polish and plate MoYou Pro 04.
Did you get anything from I Love Nudes collection? What do you think about this polish? Thank you for reading!