19 June 2010

NOTD

My latest colour addiction is anything blue/minty coloured....

Another nail polish that caught my eye was this one..


Collection 2000 Hot Looks in 33 Button Moon

These little wonders apply streak free and 2 coats will give you an opaque finish. Not the shiniest of nail polishes so a top coat is needed.

All in all a really great inexpensive nail polish... thumbs up =)



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12 comments

  1. This looks super pretty! Have a great day.
    xx

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  2. I seen the collection 2000 polishes too. I am quite skeptical about cheap polish because I am used to using high-end profesionnal salon use polishes. This looks really attractive though! How does it compare to Barry m's pastel blue do you know? In consistency. How much is it I might try myself?

    I am also based in the UK =]

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  3. this color is so very beautiful. x

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  4. Hi Suzi, you must have got lucky as I find the Collection 2000 polishes to be really poor quality and hard to apply smoothly and opaque :/

    It does look lovely on you thou :)

    xo

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  5. wow such a lovelyyyy colour!
    I love baby blue~

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  6. oh my gosh i love this line of nail polishes i have nearly every colour the mint mojo and button moon are my favorites

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  7. such a summery pastel colour! i never really go for the collection 200 brand but i think i may have to have a peek now! thanks for the review ^^

    http://themake-upaddict.blogspot.com/

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  8. I love pastel shades atm, i think the Boots 17 mint colour tat you reviewed is nicer than this one, dont you think :] (maybe not) !

    -xó

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  9. this is sooo pretty. i want this.
    we should do a swap! :D please lol

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