Breakfast in Bed

06 August 2014

I (finally) got something from the Rita Ora collaboration with Rimmel London *happy dance*
The shades in this collection screams spring, happy and sunny and that little stamp on the packaging is way too cute.

I chose Breakfast in Bed (because who wouldn't), a lovely mint green very similar to the super elusive Essie's Candy Apple. 

It's on my nails today and suddenly I have mixed feelings about it. Ignore the obvious lack of painting skills of course but I feel that this shade looks tacky on me.

Good points:

- it applies like a dream.
- it has that flat brush applicator that I love
- dries very quick, not sure about 60seconds.
- 2 coats is more than enough to get that creamy-opaque look
- instantly makes your hands look tanner
- cheap as chips

Bad points:

- your lack of painting skills is exposed due to the opaqueness of the colour.

I do love the shade and I think the word is not "tacky" but more like it's not work appropriate. It's definitely a spring shade, makes you happy and warm just by looking at it. I think it will look great on toes too so I am counting the days until I can wear open toe shoes once again.

On a random note, if you check the names of all the polishes in the collection, you'd wonder how the heck can I be that person who names a nail polish . How fun would that be!

My next target is the baby-pink-almost-white shade - Lose your Lingerie. 

See you tomorrow xx

Ps. Rimmel 60 Seconds nail polish are currently on sale this week at Priceline - $5aud
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