13 May 2013

Mint Condition

I gots me a little mint nail polish addiction that I can't seem to cure. I don't know what it is about mint but I just can't get enough. The shade works in all seasons because it is pastelly enough for Spring/Summer but muted enough for Autumn/Winter. 

This is a relatively new purchase and the only Bourjois nail polish I own. It applies nicely as the brush is very good quality. It is a pale polish so needs a couple of coats to become streak-free. 

Again, this is a new purchase as I felt I really didn't have quite enough mint polishes! It's quite a small bottle for £4.99 but I love this colour (yes it is different from the others). This is one of my fave mint polishes as it's really subtle. 

I absolutely adore this colour. It is the most vivid mint that I own and works really well for S/S. I have a general crush on H&M nail polishes anyway as they are cheap but good quality. They don't chip too much and new colours are introduced regularly. 

Topshop nail polishes are another beauty crush of mine. I think this is my fave mint nail polish in the bunch. It is a really beautiful shade and the one that works best for all seasons. 

This is my oldest mint polish. I bought it soon after Chanel's 'Jade' sold out in a matter of minutes as it was not exactly the same but the most similar on the high street. I have loved it ever since - it's an oldie but a goody. 

  1. Amande Defile 2. Perle de Jade 3. Gone Fishing 4. Mint Madness 5. Mint Green

I want to try Essie's 'Mint Candy Apple' but I'm not sure if I can justify spending £10 on another mint nail polish. Plus I can't say that I am the biggest fan of Essie polishes so I could probably live without it in my life. 

Do you have any out of control nail polish obsessions?

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