Afternoon dolls! I've got a few posts for you today but here's the first! Today's the last installment of Go Pink Wednesday (sad panda face) and it's also Halloween! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!!! A huge thank you to the lovely Andrea from Finger Painting Fingers for organizing this so well!
For today's Go Pink Wednesday, I have a review of a great polish line called Mint. Off the bat, I love the name and the story behind it is fantastic! Greta, the lovely lady behind Mint got started after she discovered that you couldn't just throw nail polish away with the rest of the trash in Los Angeles. Why? Because they are considered hazardous waste products (insert shriek)! So Greta went about to create a polish line of long lasting nail lacquer to improve shine, durability and application!
The polish I have for you today is called Bellini Babe.
"This sophisticated sparkling peach was inspired by our brunch beverage of choice - the bellini of course! Bellini Babe is the perfect sparkling nude nail color - slightly sheer and very shimmery. The undertones are a mixture of pink and peach, this color truly flatters all skin tones."
They were not lying when they said flattering on every skin tone (especially mine LOL)! I am in love with this color and the gorgeous silver shimmer peaking through. For these photo's, I used three thin coats. At first Bellini Babe was a little bit thick, but after a vigorous roll, NOT SHAKE, the consistency evened out flawlessly.
I was really afraid that the shimmer wouldn't transfer from the bottle, but boyyyyyyyyyy was I wrong. Even in the shade, this polish had a gorgeous glint to it that would look great summer or fall.
Overall I am extremely pleased with this polish and it glided it's was onto my top 10 for 2012.
Mint Polish is available for purchase at their site Mint Polish Collections for $10 a piece. They also offer free shipping with orders over $25 using the code "FREESHIP25".
Be sure to check out everyone's last installment for Go Pink Wednesday!
*Products in this post were provided for my honest review. All opinions are my own.*