Divya SawantView Profile
I have this in the shade Marie Antoinette. I love the sleek packaging of this with a sleek golden cap as well. The shade is a very light soft pink. The finish is however sheer and needs 2-3 coats for opaque finish. The brush is rounded towards the end and lays flat and wide while application. It dries quickly and stayed on my nails for a week without chipping. It is worth the price however I would have liked it more if they had more opacity to the color. These are available in many unique colors which are hard to find any dupes. The price is around 230-250 which is a bit expensive as compared to other brands. But they are a good nail polishes.
L'Oréal Paris Colour Riche Le Vernis nail polish collection is rich in high-concentrate pigments and a built-in Top Coat. The Top Coat contains film-foaming polymers for shine and colour durability plus a “crystal acrylic” to ensure the purest and truest colour. The ultra-fine ingredients in the formula are combined in a liquid gel base called Liquigel, so the polish glides on smoothly and easily during application and provides even coverage over the entire nail. The liquid gel base prevents the polish from spreading too thinly to avoid the runs drips and bubbles of classic polishes.
Colour Riche Le Vernis has an innovative new brush that includes three different patents in its design. Firstly the stem was especially created to ensure the product adheres to the centre of the brush ans delivers just the right dose of polish for a one-stroke application. Secondly, the internal and external capillaries of the bristles serve as reservoirs to ensure better polish applications and thirdly the brush is flat and rounded so that each stroke applies an even amount of product along the nail. Available in 38 shades.
Which shade did you buy?
How long does it take to dry?
How many days does it last?
Do you think its worth the price?