I hope you’re having a great Tuesday! I have been a somewhat busy bee trying to get through my big swatch pile. I feel so accomplished now that I got through 90% of everything so now I have a lot of swatches to show you. Today’s post is all about Picture Polish. Did you know that Color4Nails is the exclusive US stockist for Picture Polish? Well, now you do! Let me show you some swatches before we get into all the details.
Vibes was created in collaboration with @nail_art_by_tal
Tulip was created in collaboration with @nbnailart
Rani was created in collaboration with @aanchysnails
Be Creative was created in collaboration with @nailsanatomy
Selena was created in collaboration with @byclouser
NPA was created in collaboration with @naillution
Bold was created in collaboration with @lesstalkmorepolish
Considering the amount of polish I have acquired over the years, you might be surprised that I have never tried Picture Polish…until now. Then brand feels very boutique to me and I like that. I always appreciate polishes that come in boxes because storage seems so uniform. Now, as far as the polish is concerned, it is top notch. The formula is very smooth and applies easily. I appreciate that it’s thick, but not so thick that it clumps up. Since the formula is on the thicker side, it is also very opaque. For all of my swatches, I only needed two coats for full opacity. The one thing that I had to get used to is the brush. I looove me a good rounded brush, but this brush was a little on the “fluffy” side as opposed to a cry flat brush. This made it a bit harder for me to apply the polish in a uniform and even way at the cuticle line. After a bit, I did get the hang of it but the fluffiness of the brush is not my favorite.
Overall, I enjoyed the quality of the polish as well as the shades. I always thought it was fun to see these collaboration shades from my favorite bloggers/IG’ers. From the shades I swatched, my two top favorites are NPA and Be Creative. Selena is also a shade I enjoyed a lot because I can see myself using it a lot with some apple nail art. I tend not to wear green very often, but this is one I can get behind. If you’re interested in purchasing any of these new shades, you can head on over to color4nails.com where they retail for $15.95 each. Let me know which shade is your favorite and if you will be picking up any of these. Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I will talk to you soon.
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