Hi there!! Today I have another part of Avon Mark. line swatched for you. And I named this group juicy and fresh, because these polishes do look juicy and fresh to me. Colorful and great for the summer, especially for some nail art. There are seven polishes in here, so there are a lot of photos. I hope not too many 🙂 Now let’s get started!
Daysie* – Avon Mark.
It’s a pastel yellow and it was opaque in two coats. The formula wasn’t the easiest, but it gave me no problems either.
Pine-Appled* – Avon Mark.
This formula is on the jelly side. I think it makes it look like pineapple juice. However, I don’t think it covers fully with only two coats (although it looks fully opaque in photos). And I am not sure about my thought on this. I would prefer it fully opaque in two coats. But I do like the color though.
Because of the jelly formula it has that watery pineapple feeling to it, that’s why I applied only two coats. Because i wanted you to see that, but I am not sure it translated on to photos.
Sea My Nail* – Avon Mark.
It has a similar jelly formula as the Pine-Appled, but it has a better opacity. And the formula was easy to work with.
Violaceous* – Avon Mark.
This was two easy coats for full opacity. And you know how hard nudes like this one can be. So big thumbs for this formula!
Violetized* – Avon Mark.
I love this color *_*. It’s so gentle and fragile and girly 🙂
The formula here is jelly too and it was opaque in two coats.
Cerise-Ly* – Avon Mark.
It’s a beautiful coral polish with amazing formula. You can make it opaque in only one coat. The formula also reminds me a lot of the new Essie formula, very shiny and plasticized. Which I love very much!
So Jelly* – Avon Mark.
This one had a strange formula, very suiting the name. It was jelly, but thick. It felt a lot like the watercolor polishes from Essie.
However the application was easy and I had to put on a very lumpy second coat to make it fully opaque. It looks like it’s still sheer in the photos, but it did look opaque in person.
What do you think of this group of Avon Mark. shades?
Thank you for reading and see you in the next post!! xoxo