Do you know this saying that everything bad has a good side too? For me, this happened some time ago, when I had to sit through a tireing seminar, and I discovered the newly released p2 Limited Edition nail polishes. The LE is called Snow Kissed and all the polishes come in those jewel-shaped nail polish bottles. You can find them childish or ugly, or you can find them cute, like me.
p2 frozen lavender is a shimmery soft lilac polish. I have to say, and that’s the case with all the polishes from this LE (and generally with p2), that I was uber-impressed by their formula. I had no streaking, running, dragging or whatsoever issue. This particular color may not be very innovative, but it’s formula is spot-on, it dries shiny and it is just shimmery enough to not look flat. I used two coats of polish for all the pictures.
p2 frosted mint – the polish holds what the name suggests, a frosty pale blue (okay, maybe not mint!). The blue is very very pale in this polish, and the brush strokes dry to almost-invisibility. I must say, I liked this one a lot.
p2 wintry blue is by far my favorite. It reminds me of the famous nails inc baker street and its twin from KIKO. You can easily get away with one coat of wintry blue, as it is extremely pigmented. Just know that this is a picture without topcoat, and it is so amazingly glossy!
p2 cool plum is one of those lighter eggplant shades that seem to enjoy great popularity during the cold months. I’m not so smitten by the color, but the formula was excellent, just like the formula of wintry blue.
Did you pick up any of those?