I got this Escada polish as a gift from a friend of mine, and from what I googled, it is a limited polish that was included in an Escada gift set? It unfortunately has no name and no number.
It is a gorgeous, slightly-leaning-to-red shade of pink, with the most amazing shimmer which really makes it something special. It came in a mini-bottle, and I really feared the brush and thus application would be awful. Boy, was I wrong, because the brush actually was amazing. I never had a brush like this before, it was quite firm, almost feeling like thick rubber, but still flexible enough to give you exactly the right amount of control.
The polish is a bit on the sheer side, and I did three coats. When I look at the picture above, it might have even needed a fourth, but this is where I draw the line. 😀
I wanted to try corset nails for ages, and what better way than with a hot, steaming pink? 😉
I painted the base with one coat of a nude polish, free-handed the sides in pink, added lace-pattern water decals at the top and a shoelace pattern (yes, this is what they are sold as 😀 ) down the middle. And I really like how it turned out! ❤
I’m off traveling again until monday, so don’t be mad if I won’t be able to answer your comments until then. *makespuppyface* 😉
Base coat: p2 hands & nails calcium gel
Main color: Escada Especially Escada Nail Polish (three coats)
Base color accent nail: essence nude glam 03 cotton candy (one coat)
Water decals from Born Pretty
Top coat: Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat