The most sumptuous shade of lilac and the golden sun shining in the middle. You dreamt it and Marks and Spencer nailed it. Forgive me for this giddy post as I am having a hard time containing my emotions. It's called 'Lilac' and it's part of the 25 shades Marks and Spencer has released in their quick dry collection. 'Lilac' reminded me straight away of OPI 'It's my year' but in a more beigy variation of purple.
I expected the polish to be sheer, I had already one of my 'millions' of purply nude nail polishes at the ready to apply as a coloured based to layer Lilac over. But Lilac doesn't need bases, lilac laughs in the face of coloured bases and gave me perfect opacity in 2 coats, coats which dried super fast, like it says on the tin.
No streaks, no bubbles, a smooth and very forgiving formula: just pure undiluted golden lilac wonder polish, not tested on bunny wabbits (scientific term) at the sweet price of £3.50
This is not a lilac polish, this is … a Marks and Spencer extra special, taste the difference, chosen by you Lilac Polish.
what: Marks and Spencer Limited Edition Quick Dry Lilac Polish
how much: £3.50. That's Three Pounds Fifty Pence
where: Selected Marks and Spencers (my local one didn't have any) or online.
disclaimer and credits: bought by me. Seen it first on emma's blog (imagination in colour)
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