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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Layla Mirror Effect 06 Red Hot - Swatches and Review

Today I have one of the Layla Mirror Effect polishes to show you.

Layla Mirror Effect #06 Red Hot is a dark pink/mauve chrome polish. It comes with its own file to buff the ridges from your nails before application, but if you've been reading long, I HATE to file or buff my nails, so I didn't use it. I had no trouble at all with application - smooth and easy. I used only one coat and the photos below are with and without top coat, but when I went in to resize the photos, I'll be darned if I can tell which are with top coat and which are without top coat. This is actually a really pretty polish and I quite liked it, but I guess I keep expecting the "mirror" polishes to look like actual chrome or like the minx stuff that was so popular in the last year or two. It's just not. But for a one coat polish, it does sort of rock.


Layla Mirror Effect #06 Red Hot

Layla Mirror Effect #06 Red Hot

Layla Mirror Effect #06 Red Hot

Layla Mirror Effect #06 Red Hot

Layla Mirror Effect #06 Red Hot

Layla Mirror Effect #06 Red Hot

Layla Mirror Effect #06 Red Hot



What do you think of the Mirror Effect polishes? Have you tried any yet?

Layla polishes, including the Mirror Effect line, are available at Ninja Polish  and retail for $15.50 for 10ml bottles. Make sure to follow Ninja Polish on Facebook  and Twitter  to stay up-to-date on restocks, promotions and see swatches and other information. Layla polishes are also available at  Harlow and Co. - you can follow them on Facebook here and Twitter here. ♥

xoxo,
Sheila


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4 comments :

  1. I can't really decide what I think of it. It's kinda cool but also... kinda boring... you know what I mean? it's so pretty, especially in your pictures, but not the type of mani that would make me stare at my nails all day...

    Anyway, I would probably use them for stamping ;-)

    And I do love this shade though!!

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  2. Such a pretty pinky-lavender color...I like it!

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  3. Very pretty look, especially the color, but honestly can't decide if it would be worth the $15 price tag. . . .

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