GOSH Gasoline (4)

Gasoline is purple these days

On vacation, I bought a lot of GOSH nail polishes for my swap buddies in the States. GOSH is a Danish brand, and frankly, I haven’t heard of GOSH before I was asked to bring some home with me. Well, it’s a pity that I didn’t know them earlier! This particular beauty, GOSH Gasoline, is a blue-toned purple with the most awesome glitter I’ve seen in a long time. Application was great, this is 2 coats, and the sparkle is just… out of this world. Hearing that from someone who was afraid of purples should make you run and get it. 

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For my fellow Austrian polishaholics, there is good news: GOSH will be available at BIPA (an Austrian drugstore) soon – you can already take a look online, because in their online shop some of the products are already available!



Do you own any GOSH polishes? Are you also head over heels for this purple?!

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3 thoughts on “Gasoline is purple these days

  1. I didn’t know that Gosh was a Danish brand – my polish says that it’s made in France, but then Denmark is on there too…
    We’ve had Gosh for a few years in Canada – and I just tried the Nero polish (there aren’t many polishes on the shelf at Shoppers Drug Mart for the Gosh line, but I’ve been looking for a black for a while..) I’ve been consistently impressed by their products – and the black polish was great!
    It went on streak-free with high shine and total opacity in 2 coats… and more over, came off like a DREAM with a bit of polish remover. I think it lasted 3-4 days before chipping (which is normal for me… I use my hands a lot I guess.)
    Gasoline looks great – makes me wish Shoppers carried more colours from them! (Not that I need any more polish! LOL)

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