Revlon Peach Nectar
The pastel shade saga continues.This time around Revlon Peach Nectar was lucky and pretty enough to have caught my eye so it ended up my shade of choice for my holiday nails. The lucky thing :) I was immediately attracted to it when I first spotted it in my local Dealz( a shop that sells everything for the easy on the pocket price of 1.49 euro or less) because of its pretty color. Peach/Pink combined to create such a girly gorgeous sweet shade , good enough for my sweet tooth. I see the shade as a milky and creamy salmon light pink/peach shade.
Unlike Revlon Lilac Pastelle, I didn't have any problems applying Peach Nectar. The formula wasn't thin and watery like Lilac Pastelle instead it had the right balance. It was definitely a lot thicker but not thick enough to cause gloopiness. As with most pastel shades Peach Nectar was quite sheer with 1 coat but 4 coats later it had reached opacity and the prettiness of the shade was revealed. Drying time between each coat took 5 to 10 mins. As I write this it's Day 4 of me wearing this polish and unlike Lilac Pastelle (which btw lasted forever and a day on my nails, when I removed it there was hardly any visible chips) there are a couple of chips insight. But for only paying the uhmazinggg bargainous price of 1.49 I really don't mind ;)