I have two shades from the Orly Spring 2014 Blush Collection to show you tonight. The collection is a range of four cremes and two shimmers inspired by natural, feminine beauty.
My two picks from the collection were the Lilac shimmer Flawless Flush and the Nude creme Naked Canvas. I have swatches and some nail art of how I wore this pair of polishes.
Flawless Flush is a pastel lilac with a golden shimmer. Formula was great and it was perfect in two coats.
Naked Canvas was the surprise for me. When I applied it inside it was indeed what it was advertised to be, a nude creme polish. But then I stepped intothe sun to take my photos and there was this amazing fine purple shimmer. It's so pretty!
I was also so pleasantly surprised with the formula on this one, being a nude I expected it to be a bit thin and streaky, but it wasn't. This is two coats with Seche Vite top coat.
I combined these two polishes into a pretty girly nail art look. I did a gradient with both Naked Canvas and Flawless Flush. I then dabbed on a glitter gradient using Shimmer Polish Karen. I then stamped using Born Pretty Store White stamping polish and Moyou plate Suki 06.
I love the glitter, but I feel like it almost hides the subtle gradient in the background created with the two Orly polishes.
The collection also has:
- Classic Contours: Mauve creme
- First Blush: Hot pink creme
- Dare to Bare: Musk pink creme
- Cheeky : Soft coral shimmer
These are scheduled for release here in Australia in February 2014. Check www.orlybeauty.com.au for stockists.
Polishes provided for review.