Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Infinite Shine Soft Shades - Swatches & Review

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Explore the softer side of shine.



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The Beige of Reason | This is a milky peachy shade that enhances the natural nail without too much of an orange undertone. I especially like this one for work.

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Non-Stop White | I was so excited to see that there was a stark white creme in the Infinite Shine line because sometimes I just want a clean white manicure and it would be nice for it to stay shiny. This one had minimal streaking and evened out in about 2 coats. 3 would be best for maximum opacity.

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Eternally Turquoise | This is actually more on the greener side of turquoise contrary to these photos. I like how smooth the finish was, but I'd probably prefer a more blue-toned pastel over this one. It still is a really nice shade.

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Go to Grayt Lengths | If there was one shade in this collection that I could live without it would be this one. Albeit interesting, this blue-toned dusty shade has microfine glitter suspended in a light grey creme base. I don't find it particularly wearable, but it is nice and subtle.

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Pearl of Wisdom | I had some application issues with this one because it was the streakiest of the bunch. The base was not as opaque as the other cremes in the collection probably due to the glitter in it. I guess it has more of a jelly finish, but I'm not too big of a fan. I prefer Non-Stop White hands down!

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Beyond the Pale Pink | Although it's hard to tell in these photos, this is a very pale baby pink-tinted-white creme. It's very pretty and goes on smoothly -- overall a keeper!


Products in this post were sent for review.

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