NEW Essie Summer Collection | 2017

Essie has just released some GORGEOUS colors for the upcoming summer season and I just had to share them with y’all.  They came out with six new colors along with a French theme, and they all have Parisian sounding names.

Photo courtesy of Essie

How beautiful are these colors?  LOVE THEM.

Sweet Soufflé – iridescent sugary white

Baguette Me Not – light lilac creme

Blue La La – light pastel blue

S^il Vous Play – foiled lavender pinky purple

Fondant of You – shimmery apricot

Eclair of You – candy red creme

All of the colors were calling my name, but I decided I only needed two from the collection.  I have similar colors to the others.

I picked up Sweet Souffle and S^il Vous Play, and they are even prettier in person.  They were the two that stood out to me the most, and they’re both like no other colors I own.

S^il Vous Play is so beautiful.  I was surprised that Essie came out with a foiled color; I don’t recall seeing many from them before.  This color is so eye catching and icy.  Two coats made it totally opaque.  I see myself wearing this a ton, and I can’t stop staring at my nails!

I went back for Sweet Souffle because I couldn’t stop thinking about it.  I usually don’t reach for white nail color a lot- I feel like it’s harsh on me, but this one has kind of a gold iridescence to it that is so pretty!!!  It has a little bit of something extra than just plain white.  This one took 3 coats, and went on a tad streaky,  but 3 coats looks perfect.  You can’t really tell from the picture, but in person it looks like an Opal.  It is so so pretty.

Have you picked up any colors from the new collection?

xx amy

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