Another day, another Mckfresh Collection! Today I have for your viewing pleasure, the Colour Chart collex, 5 creme polishes inspired by colours from Pantone Colour of the Year from the last decade!
Let's jump right in with my favourite of the collection, Between Blue and Green, an amazing turquoise creme, this is 2 medium coats. Ahhhhhhhh, that colour! It's so perfect <3
Next up is the lovely Cerulean, Baby, a wonderful soft pale blue that leans a little mauve. Photos show 2 medium coats. This was the polish I sneaked under Witchy Tutu in the Halloweenies post!
Sticking with the blues, next is Da Ba Dee Goo Goo, a rich dark blue creme, perfect in 2 medium coats. This had a slight duskyness to it, very lovely.
Next up is Dusty Money, a lovely pinky beige creme, perfection in 3 coats. I loved this one way more than I thought I would when I saw it in the bottle and ended up being another favourite. I would so rock this matte, would look amazing!
Lastly we have Glowing Posies, a delicate lilac creme, showing with 2 medium coats. Lilac cremes are always a winner with me, I love them. They are my type of 'girly pink' polish, I feel that my nails look delicate and feminine whenever I wear a colour like this. Instant fave!
A quick note, the first coat of all of these polishes does go on a bit sheer, but they build up to a perfect opacity with the second coat. If you are a fan of doing thinner coats, you will need 3 to get them opaque.
Well that's it! I hope you enjoyed this more delicate side of MckFresh, gotta say, super impressed with these and that's huge since I very rarely bother showing cremes, but these colours are just stunning!
The Colour Chart Collection are all on sale NOW from their website, and are available internationally, win! Be sure to follow MckFresh on Facebook to keep updated, and if you are a bit fanatical about their polish, be sure to join the new MckFreshies facebook group for sneak peeks and exclusive polishes as well as early release dates!
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