Essie Spring 2014 Resort Collection

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**The featured product in this post was given to me by a friend. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**


I've had this mini set for a bit and it just kept getting covered up. Boy, oh boy, how I've been kicking myself for doing that!! Yes, this set of four don't look like anything special, but Essie has stepped up their game and has improved formulas! I was one of the people who shunned Essie for the longest time, only breaking my vow when I saw a color I just had to have. When the press release of the Spring 2014 Resort Collection arrived in my email box, I was done for. I knew there was something special here.



Under the Twilight is a deep navy creme. This is two coats. It was fully opaque after one coat, I did two to be safe there were no slightly bald spots. Stunning deep blue. Just might be my new favorite navy! Seriously!! It's that good!! The formula is flawless and I didn't need to do any clean up! $8




Cocktails & Coconuts is a nude creme scattered with silver shimmer. This is two coats for full opacity. This nude is uhhhhhh-mazing! Easy application with an easy to manipulate brush and a self leveling formula. Minimal clean up. I'm a huge fan of nudes, but even more so of a nude with that little something extra. $8





Find Me An Oasis is a powder blue creme. This is two coats for full opacity. Pastels have a tendency to be streaky, but after two coats, this beauty evened out and was absolute perfection! $8




Resort Fling is a orange sherbet colored creme. This is two coats for full opacity. Some would call Resort Fling a coral, but it's more orange leaning than a normal coral so it is more of a sherbet to me. It's a beautiful shade. $8




I can't get over how perfect the formulas are in these Essie beauties. The best formula of any Essie polish I own. Hands down. It's definitely making me rethink my stance and I have a feeling I'll be hunting down some of the other new shades! 

What do you all think about the Essie polishes lately?

These swatches were topped with Magpie Shine top coat ($7) and I used Sweet Nectar cuticle oil ($6) to hydrate my cuticles. Both from A Girl Obsessed.


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**The featured product in this post was given to me by a friend. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky   :o)

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