Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Review: Natio nail polish "Camel"

Seems like no matter how many nude and neutral polishes I own, I always end up buying more! To be fair, a lot of the stuff I buy is intended for Caucasian skintones, and being olive-toned, they're lighter on me than a true nude should be. Enter Camel!

Obviously not this kind of camel:
This is part of their mini lacquer collection called "Mini Treasures". They're 9ml bottles of polish for $5.95 (as opposed to their full-size bottles, which are 15ml for $9.95).  It has the same bottle shape as the larger lacquers, but with a different lid.

Brandy on left (full-size), Camel on right (mini)

The brush on these is huge for such a mini bottle. If you like long, wide brushes you'll adore the Natio polishes.

Camel is totally opaque in one thick coat, and it's a gorgeous creamy colour that I can actually only describe as camel! Perfect as a palate cleanser or 'underwear' for glitters. The Mini Treasures actually have more colours available than the regular range - I'd love to try Azure, Teal and Mulberry.

Aussie girls can buy direct from the Natio website, but they are readily available at a range of Chemists and at Myer as well. Natio nail polishes are B3F.

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