Color Club Spring 2012 Blossoming Collection - Review and swatches
Finally Color Club Blossoming collection arrived and I could review it. Check out my friend Karen's review who reviewed these polishes first and then kindly shipped them to me.
The collection consists of six shades - five pastel cremes and one diamond flakes.
A bit about collection: "With the beautiful budding flowers of the season as an inspiration, rich color has bloomed! Add Diamond Drops topcoat for a "morning rain-kissed" effect. Blossoming features six nail polishes - from Hydrangea Kiss, Sweetpea and Blue-ming to Blushing Rose and Lavendarling. This new vegan, formaldehyde, toluene and DBP-free collection is sure to signal spring is in the air...or blossoming."
Blushing Rose - baby pink creme shade. It's a lovely traditional spring shade, one of my favourites from the whole collection and it has a good formula. I'm wearing two thicker coats but if you prefer thin coats, you'll probably need three.
Lavendarling - cool-toned dusty purple creme. It has very nice formula - needed just two coats for a full coverage. It applied easily and without bubbles or any other problems and drying time was average. I just love the name of this polish :) Lavendarling is soo cute!
Blue-ming - bright blue-green creme. Just WOW! Soo bright colour! I've never owned colour like this and now I kind of regret it. This looked so awesome on me! Polish had very good formula, pigmentation was enough using two coats and dried quite fast. Perfect!
Hydrangea Kiss - dusty blue creme with purple undertones. This is a lovely shiny creme colour. The formula is a bit sheerer than with the other polishes. This is two thick coats but next time I'll use three thinner ones. That would also speed up the drying process.
Diamond Drops - shredded silver ice flake polish. It's very colourful overcoat depending on the light and angle. I found it little bit difficult to manage because I needed to spread the particles on whole nail and sometimes they were big and stuck out from the nail creating very uneven surface.