Rococo Nail Apparel Nude Wardrobe - Review

Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Finding the perfect nude nail polish can be troublesome and tiresome task
but as nude nails look to be a huge trend this Autumn/Winter Rococo Nail Apparel
have took all the hard work out of finding a suitable nude polish for your skin tone
with a wardrobe of 6 nude polishes from the palest nude all the way to a deep mocha brown.


"The aim was to create an I-want-them-all collection of nudes that deliver a highly polished 
and chic finish. We definitely predict nude as the new black this autumn/winter." 
- Ange and Vernice Walker


I was sent LAB Nude 1.0 which is a sheer gloss finish and a very light milky white based nude,
for me this was never going to be my perfect nude shade in the sense of achieving the 
mannequin look - the idea being that of your polish matches your skin tone it gives the illusion
of longer, thinner fingers/hands as much as my fat hands could do with the help I can't say
I'm a huge fan of such look.


On my skin tone Rococo LAB Nude is a light milky polish with a sheer finish which I rather like
as will fans of the likes of Essie Muchi Muchi and Allure, as it is sheer I would say this shade
is suitable for all and will give a polished yet subtle look on all.
In my swatch photo I have three coats on and have wore it for four days without any chips etc
and that is without a top or base coat...i'm such a rebel!
It applies well but is rather thick which does result in a longer drying time.

Rococo Nail Apparel Nude Wardrobe* £12/14ml via Space.NK - link

6 comments:

  1. I think this shade looks really classy on you! At first glance I thought it looked a bit too grey and dreary, but actually it looks lovely!x

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    1. Thank you so much :) I was worried before I applied it but like you said it worked out well :)

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  2. Its a lovely nude and looks much nicer on the nails than in the bottle :)

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    1. Thank you :) and I agree it's not all that appealing in the bottle sadly.

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  3. Great review, such an interesting idea, looks lovely, just a tad priceyy!

    Sophierosehearts x

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