Today's post is on the Spring Collection from Orly...Cool Romance.
Here's what Orly say about the range,
'Fall in love all over again with ORLY’s new ‘Cool Romance’ collection. These delicate pastel crème colours will seamlessly steer you from winter to spring, warming the days as we gradually wind out of winter. Whilst you might not be ready to go all out with summer’s fluoro, eye popping paints just yet, Cool Romance offers splashes of delicate, sophisticated hues to portray the fresh romanticism of young love with a sleek sensibility that’s all grown up.
You’re Blushing is enough to make anyone flush in this muted lilac crème
No first date is complete without Prelude to a Kiss, a dainty dusky pink
Stand out from the crowd and get his attention with a little help from Jealous, Much?
A layer of Faint of Heart will give you the confidence to seduce any man with this soft grey crème
Seal the deal with Steel Your Heart to ensure he’s not going anywhere
Be the apple of his eye with Artificial Sweetener'
I was lucky enough to be sent Orly Steel your Heart to review.
This is my first Orly nail polish, I have always taken a look at there polishes but I have never actually picked one up. And the first thing I will say here is I will be looking in my Boots tomorrow at the mini 5.4ml bottles they stock for £5. The first thing that caught my attention about the polish was the brush handle. Its amazing, it gives amazing grip...for this alone I would repurchase. I have never used a nail polish with this sort of handle.
The polish is a lovely steel metallic shade and applied like a dream in two coats and dries very quick. I am not completely sure this shade fits into the collection that well. The other colours seem to tie in with each other but this is quite different. .The colour isn't very spring (it probably suits the April showers) but is completely my shade...I love it. I am desperate to pick up You're Blushing now.
These are priced at £9.25 for 18ml at http://www.lookfantastic.com/ and 5.3ml Mani Mini Trio for £13 at www.boots.com.
What do you think? Are you an Orly fan? Are there other shades I should look at?