Monday, July 22, 2013

Manicure Monday: INGLOT in #390

Please don't forget to enter Easy Canvas Prints Giveaway. It ends July 28, 2013.


Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is bought with my own money. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

My nails has strengthen and I'm back to wearing nail polishes. The one I grabbed is my only haul from INGLOT during PHAMExpo Los Angeles, 2013.

I bought INGLOT nail polish in #390 and they were kind enough to give me a lipstick sample #93 (same teal color). I'm not too sure what I'm going to do with teal lipstick, but any suggestions?
Product Review: INGLOT Nail Enamel in #390

Where to purchase: inglotcosmetics.com
Price: $10 for 15 mL/ 0.51 fl oz

Made in Poland

Description from the website: The perfect nail enamel provides durability, high gloss and a short to medium drying time. Does NOT contain toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate (DBP) or camphor.
Ingredients:
Thoughts: Months before the makeup convention, I knew I was going to buy a nail polish. I just didn't know which color I wanted. It was more of which color attracts me at the moment. To be honest, this wasn't my first choice. My first choice, peachy coral, was sold out. I was shocked because it was only 4-5 hours into the convention on the first day. :/ Anyways, I got my second choice.
Here's a closer look of the nail polish. It's true to color.
Here's a closer look of the brush. Compared to OPI brushes, it's on the thinner side.
Here's how the nail polish looks on my nails outside during daytime. I applied two coats of nail polish and Seche Vite Top Coat. It looks more on the blue side, but it's actually on the green side. The pictures of the nail polishes are more true to color than above.

Now for my overall opinion... The nail polish is on the medium consistency, it's not too thick and not too thin. It's the perfect consistency in my opinion. It applies smoothly and there's no separation of color, bubbles, and so on. When it comes to brushes, it depends on the individual. I don't mind the thin brush. I also don't mind medium-sized brushes. The best part of this nail polish is the lasting power! I'm shocked this nail polish lasted a week, total of 7 days, before it started chipping. It lasts longer on me than OPI nail polishes. I'm a big fan of INGLOT polishes after this experience. :)

Pros:
* Variety of colors.
* Thin brush.
* Medium consistency.
* It applies smoothly.
* Long lasting power.
* Took 7 days before it started chipping.

Cons:
* Hard to find in stores.
* Thin brush.

Would repurchase: Yes!
Rating:  5/5 Tobey's Paws

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is bought with my own money. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

4 comments:

LauraLeia said...

My favourite kind of nail polish colour! <3 It's so pretty, I'm tempted to get a bottle now, hehe. The teal lipstick sounds pretty funky though. XD

Ahleessa said...

Thank you! You should get a bottle. It's really gorgeous and I received a lot of compliments. :)

Jane Chang said...

Oh my goodness! Teal lipstick? Haha that's an interesting product, maybe you can wear it to costume parties like on Halloween? You could do a teal mermaid look?

Ahleessa said...

Yeah, teal lipstick. :/ I'm sure someone can pull it off but that ain't me... hehe~ I'm wondering if I can mix it w/ other colors and it'll turn normal?

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...