[Review] Ciaté’s Mini Mani Month 2017 (UK) – PP275 – moondust

Good evening everyone,

it’s already Wednesday again. Christmas is coming with big steps and I have a new polish for day 13 from this years Mini Mani Month by Ciaté.

Disclaimer: advertisement – the following product was bought and paid by myself.

This pretty gem is called moondust, which is available as geology full-size and geology-mini version. I have no words for this beauty, other than this creation with a purple base and golden shine is a true star and one of my favorites form this year.

Believe it or not, but this polish is opaque in two nice coats. It has a super pretty purple to gold finish and totally distracts me from work.


Like I said before, the geology polishes have a different formula than the regular Ciaté polishes. Adhesive polymer gives a longwearing finish for up to 10 days of high gloss shine and all the geology shades should be combined with the exclusive gloss agent base coat, which optimizes the adherence to the nails, allowing flexibility which minimizes chipping and enhances durability. Complete the mani with the plasticizer top coat, which delivers extreme gloss shine and long-lasting wear-time.

All geology polishes are paraben-free, vegan friendly and gluten-free.

I am not 100% happy with all the pictures, the first one turned out ok, but the last ones with the stamping look pretty bad. The color is off and they are pretty dark.

Do you see what I mean?

Anyway, I really love this shade. Great job Ciaté!

How do you like the polish? Let me know in the comments.


Have a great evening

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