Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Mineral Fusion Nail Polish Coral Reef

As I mentioned in a previous post where I reviewed Glint of Mint, I purchase Mineral Fusion's Coral Reef polish during an Ulta buy one get on free sale.  I have a few other coral polishes, but it's also one of my favorite nail polish shades so I decided one more couldn't hurt.   I'm glad I picked it up because it's actually a bit more of a pink toned than my other corals.

Inside, Natural Light

Coral Reef is a bright pinky-coral creme polish and actually seems to lean a bit into the neon color scheme. The inside photos make it look more orange than it is, I would say the shade photos are more true to color

Outside, Shade

Outside Shade

Mineral Fusion Polishes are formaldehyde, toulene, camphor and dibutyl pthalate free.  As I said last time the cap can be a bit awkward to get used to but the formula is good and it was opaque in two coats.  My nails have been a bit damaged lately so in addition to my normal routine I've started to use Nailtiques Formula 2 Plus under my basecoat.

All photos include a coat of Nailtiques, a coat of Essie Grow Stronger, two coats of polish, and a top coat of NYC In a New York Minute in Grand Central Station.  This may seem like a lot of polish but when I took this off after 5 days of wear I did notice my nails were already looking a little better. I've read great reviews of the Nailtiques so I plan to continue using it as a first coat.  I'll do a full review on the Nailtiques after I've been using it a bit longer.

Outside, Sunlight

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