Monday, June 7, 2010

Gosh Peony Nail Polish

GOSH is the Danish cosmetics brand available from Superdrug. Their products are marketed as professional and judging by the chic packaging, it looks like they're modelling MAC without the price tag.

GOSH nail polish colours are uber trendy, retailing for £5 each. They're dibutyl phthalate, toluene, formaldehyde, camphor and phthalic acid-free. That's an impressive long list of nasties!

I got Peony from Ebay for £2 including shipping. Was on the hunt for their discontinued Rainbow polish, much loved for it's holographic flakies. (Turn any colour into something incredible with Rainbow. I want it so terribly bad!)

Found this one in my search and fell in love with the frosty jewel pink. Peony is well pigmented with the consistency of a creme. Sometimes it's pale red but most times it's the swirly pink you see in boiled sweets.

A droolworthy colour. I was in a rush to go out and only had time to apply one coat. It dried fast and was enough to pull off a shiny manicured look. I like!!!

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