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Friday, 30 January 2015

Bourjois So Laque Glossy Nail Polish in Indispen-sable

Bourjois So Laque Glossy Nail Colour in 11 Indispen-sable

Lord knows how tricky it is to find a nude nail polish that suits my pale, pink and pasty hands. I've tried (and ditched) a hefty number because they were either too pink, too yellow or required too many coats. I had not lost hope, however, when I saw Bourjois' So Laque Glossy in Indispen-sable in Boots and I thought 'this has got to be the one', so I gave it a go and I'm definitely happy I had.

Once on my nails, I loved it. It's a glossy light beige that really suits pale skin. I've never tried Bourjois nail polishes before so I can't speak for the entire range, but I was pleased with the flat-angled brush that makes applying much quicker and easier. The consistency was also pretty spot on - not too thick, not too thin. And the best thing of all? It only needed two coats. For a pale nail polish that's practically unheard of. My only criticism is that it definitely does not last for 'up to 10 days'. Within one day (and even with a top coat), my nails had already begun chipping. A big no no. At £5.99 I expected some better stamina, so that left me disappointed.

For some reason - despite picking it up in Boots - I've found this shade hard to source online. It's gone AWOL on the Boots website and it seems Ocado is the only place selling it any more. So next time you're ordering your weekly fruit and veg...

What do you think of this shade? Is it a good nude? 


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Friday, 30 January 2015

Bourjois So Laque Glossy Nail Polish in Indispen-sable

Bourjois So Laque Glossy Nail Colour in 11 Indispen-sable

Lord knows how tricky it is to find a nude nail polish that suits my pale, pink and pasty hands. I've tried (and ditched) a hefty number because they were either too pink, too yellow or required too many coats. I had not lost hope, however, when I saw Bourjois' So Laque Glossy in Indispen-sable in Boots and I thought 'this has got to be the one', so I gave it a go and I'm definitely happy I had.

Once on my nails, I loved it. It's a glossy light beige that really suits pale skin. I've never tried Bourjois nail polishes before so I can't speak for the entire range, but I was pleased with the flat-angled brush that makes applying much quicker and easier. The consistency was also pretty spot on - not too thick, not too thin. And the best thing of all? It only needed two coats. For a pale nail polish that's practically unheard of. My only criticism is that it definitely does not last for 'up to 10 days'. Within one day (and even with a top coat), my nails had already begun chipping. A big no no. At £5.99 I expected some better stamina, so that left me disappointed.

For some reason - despite picking it up in Boots - I've found this shade hard to source online. It's gone AWOL on the Boots website and it seems Ocado is the only place selling it any more. So next time you're ordering your weekly fruit and veg...

What do you think of this shade? Is it a good nude? 


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