I promise that this is my last Essie review for today
but I feel I have saved the best until last with this little number!
Essie Tart Deco is all I want in a nail colour and more,
it's summer-tastic without being neon not that I dislike neon polishes
but sometimes they can look a bit dated and they do all tend to be matte in formula
which I strongly dislike anyway before I rage on about matte polishes lets crack on with Tart Deco!

Essie Tart Deco is a beautiful crème formulated coral that has a strong orange tone,
as mentioned it is bright but not at all neon in fact I'd say it's only a whisper away from being pastel.
I realise this is an odd thing to say but it reminds me of my beloved Mac Ever Hip lipstick
only in nail polish form...anyone else agree?
In my polish stash I do not have anything similar which is always a bonus.

The formula of Tart Deco is fairly thick and is almost opaque after one coat
but on it's first coat I did find it to be a little streaky and felt it needed the second coat to sort such issue.
As with the other Essie polishes I have reviewed it dried fairly quickly and has a light crème sheen finish.
I apologise for harping on about the brushes in the Diffusion line but I truly do find them difficult to use
and control - not that I'm all that great at painting my nails to begin with.
Anyway that aside this is a shade that is not to be missed!

Have you picked up any of the shades from the Essie diffusion line?

Essie diffusion polishes £7.99/15ml available from selected Boots and Superdrugs
but currently on a 3 for 2 via Superdrug - link.

Nail Polish Disclaimer - I will no longer be commenting on the wear of nail polishes
unless it chips instantly etc as I change my nail colour too frequently (sometimes daily),
to comment properly on the wear and as we all use different techniques such as top coats/base coats
I don't feel that my comments on wear time are helpful in any way.