Hi guys!! Today I have another two polishes from L’Oreal Paris Le Vernis a l’huile line. I got two for the price of one, so that was a good bargain. Last time I wrote a review about Fuchsia Palace & Nymphea. And this time I wanted to try something nude and pale and I wandered what would the formula of these two be. I was hoping for opacity in one coat and if you want to find out too, just keep reading :).
Now here are the swatches.
114 – Nude Demoiselle – L’Oreal Paris Le Vernis a l’huile
This polish is so beautiful and it suits my skin tone perfectly. I was wearing it for a day and I was in love. It makes your hands elegant and for unknown reason it made my nails look longer. So that’s a big bonus.
However, I must say I was a bit disappointing when I saw bubbles pilling up when it was applied on my nails. I haven’t seen those for a long time now. And since this is a new line they launched I think there should be no bubbles. I think the formula should be better. So I had to remove the polish and redo the nails. This time I did as thin layers as I could, but in the end I saw some bubbles emerging anyway. So I quickly added fast drying top coat which sealed the polish and prevented more bubbles from appearing.
I did two coats here, both times. First time I did two lumpy coats, because I didn’t want the polish to be sheer, but apparently that was the reason for enormous amount of bubbles. And the second time I did two thin coats. The opacity was the same as the first time, almost opaque but not just there. And I saw fewer bubbles, so you might want to do thin coats with this one and then seal it with fast drying top coat to make it bubbles free.
220 – Dimanche Après-Midi – L’Oreal Paris Le Vernis a l’huile
This polish is a love too. Although the previous one looks much better on my nails, I love this one too. It’s the kind of sheer nude that I love. Buildable in two easy layers. Perfect!!
Since I didn’t want to take a chance on the whole bubbles thing with this polish, I sealed it immediately after I applied the second coat. So there were no bubbles in the end, but I can’t tell you if that was the case if I hadn’t use the fast drying top coat on top.
I find these two polishes super beautiful and easy to apply, it’s just that you have to be careful with the whole bubble business. And now you know, they aren’t opaque in one coat, but I don’t mind that. I think I like them this way even better, because they look squishy ♥.
And what are your thoughts on these two? Have you purchased any of the polishes from Le Vernis a l’huile line? And which ones? And which ones would you like me to review here?
Thank you for reading and see you next time!! xoxo