I finally found the time to try one of the new edding nail polishes:
And yeah, it is quite ok, application was nice, drying time was ok, and it lasted my regular two days.
But that was pretty much the problem, it is simply ok – and so are essence and p2 polishes (the new essence range and the p2 “volume gloss” range are even more than ok), at a fraction of the price. Maybe after reading so many glowing reviews I expected too much, but for now I don’t see a reason to break my “no more than 5 Euros a bottle” rule for it.
But they do have nice colors, so I probably will cave in in the future and treat myself with another bottle or two. 😉
Since I wanted to see how the polish fares on its own, I kept the nail art simple and just added studs. 🙂
Base coat: p2 hands & nails calcium gel
Main color: edding L.A.Q.U.E. 148 mad mistyrose (two coats)
Square white studs from Born Pretty
Top coat: Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat