Nail polish

Nail polish audit – The Twelve:16

I started writing this blog post at the end of July and now I’m finishing it at the end of September. The conclusion is the same however, that blogging is not something I’ve spent much time on lately. I’ve been wearing very little makeup (and nail polish) and when I do sit down to put some colour on the process is very quick. So I have some catching up to do with my planned blog posts which I look forward to.

Today I’m going to present to you the sixteenth post in my nail polish audit project. I started wearing this lot in late April and finished them by the end of June. Four by OPI, two by H&M Beauty and one each from Depend, Revlon, China Glaze, Zoya, Illamasqua and Cirque. Let’s dive in!

Hell yes!

OPI – Amazon_Amazoff
OPI – A Grape Fit!
H&M Beauty – Spring To Life
Zoya – Jules
Cirque – Harlow
Illamasqua – Speckle
OPI – A Good Man-darin Is Hard To Find

Maybe

No maybes this time around.

Hell no!

China Glaze – Sunday Funday

This is a pretty blue that I’ve worn quite a lot over the years and it is starting to thicken due to repeated use. But I know that it is not my favourite type of blue shade to wear so I can safely let it go.

H&M Beauty – Cinnamon Spark

I know exactly why I bough this. It reminded my of the type of eye shadow I love to wear – a ruddy brown base with a reflective blue or green on top. As a nail polish however it does not suit my tastes at all. I think it clashes a bit with my skin tone as well.

Depend – 361

This is a fun shade but I do not enjoy wearing this shade of green. Not my jam at all. At some point I must have been drawn to it because I did buy it, but my speculation is that I was attracted to the fact that it was an unusual shade (for the time anyway).

Revlon – Topaz

Another one I would like more if it was an eyeshadow. I do not have any feelings for it on the nails.

OPI – Do You Think I’m Tex-y?

I love (really love!) this jelly formula but the hot pink hue is definitely not for me.

So to conclude this round I ended up with seven keepers and five hell noes. It feels great to get rid of the ones that do not excite me anymore. And hopefully the ones in good shape can find a new life with friends and family.

Thanks for reading!

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