I was recently asked by Walmart, since I am one of the Walmart Moms, to share my thoughts on the Essie line of nail polish that they now sell. To be honest Iâ€™ve stuck with the same nail look for quite some time now. Iâ€™ve always been drawn to the simple french manicures and pedicures. But I do remember in my younger years loving changing my nail polish color almost every night.
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While I am now a busy Mom without much time to spare this doesnâ€™t mean that I should neglect the look of my nails. So Iâ€™m trying to do better in the nail department.
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The sample pack of nail polishes I received courtesy of Essie was great. As soon as it arrived, I couldnâ€™t wait to try it out. Most of the shades I tried required at least 2 coats and while sitting in front of the television soaking up one of my favorite shows I was able to apply and have my nails dry by the end of the show. Honestly though the nail polish was completely dry WAY before that but I was just scared of messing up the gorgeous color.
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The Essie nail polish typically lasted me around 3 days before it started to chip which I think is a decent amount of time for nail polish. When I went in-store at Walmart to select my own favorite shade I was amazed at how many colors they actually carried with varying shades from light to dark and descrete to bold.
Nail polish no matter what the brand is a great way of expressing oneself. I love how nail polish can add just the right pop of color to any look.
Since I know many people already know how to apply nail polish, I wanted to showcase Essie with my favorite color from their line, Bachlorette Bash, in a somewhat different way to wear. Many of you may have seen the color tip look done at many nail salons. Itâ€™s like the classic French look but instead of white tips on your nails its done with color. Any color will do, the point is just to have fun with it. Hope this little tutorial helps.
Are you a fan of Essie?
What are your favorite colors that Essie carries?
Disclosure: I am a Walmart Mom. Participation in this group is voluntary. I was given a sample pack of Essie nail polish as well as compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All opinions, as always, are my own and I have not been told what to say or paid to publish positive comments. I’m not a professional, just someone who likes nail polish :)