I am not going to lie, I was totally tempted to name this post Mani Monday but I’m truly a creature of habit so, boring and mundane it is I guess! But seriously, how cute are the names of Scotch Naturals nail polishes? This one just might be my favorite one so far but I’m sure that will change as soon as I acquire more because the names are all so very cute. But since summer will be sadly ending soon (leave it to me to remind you) I wanted to introduce you to a bright and summery shade that is bound to lift your mood on any given day so definitely keep scrolling for the review and the swatches.
Scotch Naturals Paisley Martini is described as a “not quite neon fuschia creme “. I would describe this nail polish as a really fun hot pink shade that is super feminine yet not too flamboyant. When I say flamboyant I mean it is not too out there meaning I can wear it to work without it feeling like I forgot my disco ball and glow lights at home. It is not too bright or neon-like, yet it is still a very pretty and vibrant feminine pink. And everyone needs something like this in their collection to jazz things up right? I think so.
Scotch Naturals Paisley Martini gets semi opaque with 3 coats of polish and after this I can still see through to my nail line quite a bit. Neither of the coats applied streaky and the thin consistency of Scotch Naturals nail polishes make for such super easy application. Also, like all of Scotch Naturals polishes this dried super fast in between coats and the use of their top coat gives a nice and glossy finish to the polish that is always a must for me.
I typically get 5-6 days of wear on my fingernails with their polishes while exhibiting minor tip wear within 2-3 days.
But what do you think about this color? Yay or nay? Would you rock it? Let me know in the comment section below!
Ingredients: water, acrylic polymer emulsion, +/- CI15850, CI77492, CI77499, CI77289, CI77891, and/or mica
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