essie Original Nail Polish, Red and Burgundy Shades, 61 Russian Roulette 13.5 ml

September 20, 2019 - Comment

Product Features Intense rich colour with high coverage Wide brush for quick, easy and smooth application High shine with a glossy finish Professional long-lasting, chip resistant formula Seasonal on-trend limited edition collection available

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Product Features

  • Intense rich colour with high coverage
  • Wide brush for quick, easy and smooth application
  • High shine with a glossy finish
  • Professional long-lasting, chip resistant formula
  • Seasonal on-trend limited edition collection available

Comments

Anonymous says:

typing and zipping and unzipping the heavy duty metal zips on my coat and it’s survived looking glossy and perfect. Love it Gorgeous, cool-toned scarlet. It’s a crelly, so the first coat is completely translucent, and you really need three (thin) coats to cover the nail lines. But once on it’s the most vibrant and sophisticated shade and it’s also the most chip-proof red formula I’ve ever worn. It might be the most chip-proof formula regardless of colour! I’ve worn it for seven days while dragging suitcases off and onto trains, typing and zipping and unzipping the heavy duty metal zips on my coat and it’s survived…

Anonymous says:

nice colour Essie Original Nail Polish, Red and Burgundy Shades, 52 Thigh High 13.5 ml.Has a nice colour.It hold arround 6 days when I use a top coat I had before.This polish looks very classy on short nailsThe only problem is that, I had to apply 3 layers for colour, so the manicure takes time.

Anonymous says:

Not the desired colour! 2 coats are needed and when on it looks almost black, not the red burgundy advertised. It also chips the day after applying it.

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