again I have an additional post for you besides the current Ciaté Month.
Last week I received yet another nail mail from ANNY Germany. They sent me informations on the new “just married” collection and the super pretty glittter effect top coat no. 456 blush champagne.
Already when I saw the promotional pictures I was stunned by this pretty baby. It reminded me a bit of Catrice’s Crushed Crystals polish no. 04 Oyster & Champagne, but ANNY’s polish is more duo-chrome in the base color. It is also a bit more golden rose colored, while the Catrice polishe is more of a silver rose base color. The pink particles in the ANNY polish are also more bright then in the Catrice polish. Do I prefere one over the other? No, because they are both gorgeous.
swatch on the nail tip, no base color
This is indeed the perfect glitter polish for a wedding manicure, which is why I went for a nice french manicure with slight shimer as a base. I applied one coat of Sally Hansen’s Miracle Growth 155 Misty Rose, added Ciaté’s PP133 amazing gracie on at the tip of the nail and topped it with ANNY’s blush champagne.
I really love this sparkly stunning polish. It is easy to apply and dries pretty quickly. In the sunlight in can be pretty distracting though :P
There are a few more polishes in this collection.
like a virgin
princess for a day
Which polish is your favorite? Let me know in the comments.
Today I have Ciaté’s amazing gracie for you, a very nice light rose polish.
This polish is quiet sheer, to show you I took pictures with 2 coats …..
….. and 3 coats. As you can see, if you want decent coverage you should add 3 coats. The polish has a creme finish and takes a bit longer to dry then the usual polishes, but that might also be because of the 3 layers. If you want to speed up the drying process, you can alsways add fast drying polish drops.
I find this polish perfect for simple manis or if you want your nails to look natural but still pretty.
If you add 3 coats and want to have a little pop of color you can always add some studs, like I did.