Nude nails are so incredibly beautiful I think! Stylish and fixed but blends in very well and fits everything. Love it!
Now I want to recommend my new favorite nail polish which is a beige / pink color in a perfect nude tone for people with light skin.
I received it in a press release along with the news from Apolosophy:
New summer nail polish from Apolosophy, which you can find at Apoteket Hjärtat, among others.
42 Raspberry Kiss is a raspberry red shade, the red colors become much clearer in the picture, it is milder red in reality.
41 Hazy Taube is a neutral beige / brown / purple tone.
40 Nude Apricot is a very nice apricot orange tone that is also very mild in shade.
39 Antique Pink is the beige-pink color that I was going to show you a little closer in this post, I think it is so nice!
The brush is reasonably wide and easy to paint with. The nail polish becomes complete after just one coat, which I LOVE. It is not very common that a layer of such light nail polish is enough, but this one is very rich in pigment.
The varnish is not particularly smoothing, so you should polish the nails before or use smoothing undercoat if you do not have smooth nails. But otherwise it will be super nice, glossy and get an even and nice color. Dries quickly too.
I have a bit of mixed nails right now, some are gel and some are worn out. On my worn nails, the nail polish slices quite quickly (but I think most people would do that on those nails) and on the gel it holds superduperbra. So it's a bit difficult for me to comment on sustainability, it's normal-good I would say :)
These cost SEK 39 and are available at apotekethjartat.se which also has free shipping. Cape!
I have the Antique Pink varnish on both my fingers and toenails and think the color is spotless! Next time I use it, I will combine it with an undercoat and topcoat. In other words, this nail polish will be used extensively this summer.
Fint va? :) Super nice even on darker skin tones, but then you do not get the nude effect but just a really nice, light nail polish.