As mentioned there are four new shades: Waunderlust - a light, milky mauve, Sweet Talk - an easy to wear light nude with grey undertones, Cheek to Cheek - a bright, carnation pink and Confess - a deeper, more traditional yet still muted nude tone. All four shades are perfect for the upcoming Spring season and the true matte finish really lends itself to nail art. I personally see the formulation and new shades as a modern take on traditional Spring hues.
If you happen to own the original Ciate Blackboard Nail Kit (see photo above) you could always use the nail pens to create fun, custom designs? The same applies for any nail art pen really, the possibilities are endless. On the same note, if one of the four new shades realy grabs your attention but perhaps you dislike matte nails, a quick coat of a glossy top coat can and will instantly change the finish of the polish.
The new Ciate Liquid Chalk Collection for Spring 2015 will launch this coming March and the polishes will retail for £9 each or can be purchases in duo packs for £15.
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