02/03/2016

Essie nail polish // Sand Tropez

Essie nail polish sand tropez review

I want to introduce you to an Essie nail colour I've had on my nails more or less constantly since I bought it about a month ago. 

Essie nail polish sand tropez review

Essie Sand Tropez 

Essie nail polish sand tropez review

A beautiful nudey-beige that goes with whatever you are wearing. It has the staying power of a rhino (if that's such a phrase) which is a miracle on my nails as no colour ever seems to last long, I mean chips within a day or two, even a lot of the ones by Essie, which I love by the way, chip, but not this shade! I'm wearing two coats in this shot and when it dulls a little I just pop a third over the top and I'm good to go again and it'll last me another few days.

Essie nail polish sand tropez review

It glides on the nails effortlessly giving a really good coverage, no lines or streaking, perfect every time. Without any doubt this is THE best nude nail polish I have EVER used in both shade and application. 

It's an understated colour yet quite glamorous and grown up and a transitional colour to take you through to spring when pastels and especially pinks (for me anyway) come into play. 


What do you think to this shade? Do you prefer natural/nude shades?


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4 comments

  1. That's a lovely shade, have you tried OPI don't bossa nova me around? I think you'd like it, it's slightly paler than the Essie but also lovely, I love Essie polishes and will definitely be picking that one up :) xx

    Zoe ♥ MammafulZo

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    1. Hi Zoe. I haven't tried the OPI one, I'm on to it!! xx

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  2. Ooo I love it!!! And love your new phrase lol!
    Heather xxxx
    www.suncreamandsparkles.com

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    1. One you should definitely get Heather! x

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