Thursday, 2 May 2013

LMNP Introducing the Red - swatches and review

LMNP does of course stand for Little Miss Nailpolish - which is me! ;) I franked this darling a few weeks ago together with two other polishes. You can see a review of the first one, "Cash Machine Green", here.
This polish is inspired by a song called "Introducing the Band" by the British band Suede. Introducing the Red is part of a collection which is inspired by Suede's amazing album "Dog Man Star".


Type of polish: Cream with glitter.

Colour: A red leaning to magenta filled with small round black and bright metallic red glitters and silver shimmer.

Opacity: Very good! This is two coats.

Formula: Excellent! A very nice formula which is very easy to apply.

Brush: Very good! Nice and easy to work with (and yes it's a Mavala brush ;))

Shine: Shiny on its own but I have one coat of Seche Vite in these pictures.

Accurate colour, photo vs IRL: Quite accurate. A little less red looking irl. The base colour is really like the colour of the milk when you've had blueberries in it ;)

Grade: 4/5 :)

I'm actually quite happy with this polish. It's a mix of quite a lot of polishes ;) At least four, possibly five ;)

How do you like Introducing the Red?
Are you curious to see the last and third polish of this collection?


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