Chanel – Holiday

Ah Chanel, you purveyor of polish goodness that is in high demand across the world.  I’ll be honest, much as I love the last few Chanel polishes I have bought, a little voice inside my head keeps telling me the formula is not as good a it used to be.  To a point, that voice is right.  But along comes Summertime De Chanel 2012 and the fantastic hot orange that is Holiday.

Holiday is a super saturated, intense, hot orange creme that could not have had a better name.  It sunshine, sun screen, ice creams and beaches all in one bottle but is not a neon.  In fact, its a complete blinder.

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The formula on this is flawless (HURRAH!), glides on the nail like butter with prefect consistency.  It dries well and evenly.  Plus if you are a thick coater, you probably could get away with one coat.  What you see above is two with a coat of Seche Vite for extra shine, although it does dry glossy so the top coat is for wear extending purposes.

And I love it.  Love it!  Wear is amazing, plus I’ve had it on my toes since I bought it (10 days and counting) and its such a flattering colour on any skin tone.  I actually bought this as they were unpacking the delivery in the store, which is surprising as usually they get them a few days early.

If you only buy one polish from the extensive Summer Collections (Dior, Chanel, Lancome etc) you wouldn’t put a perfectly polished finger wrong with this.  Chanel retails for £18 in stores at all Chanel counters.

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5 thoughts on “Chanel – Holiday

  1. Orange polish is a colour I lack. I’ve never tried any Chanels before either.

  2. Pingback: Chanel – June | Painted Nails & Baking Scales

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