Polish Name: After School Boy Blazer
Description: After School Boy Blazer is a deep navy crème.
Size: 0.46 fl. oz. / 13.5 mL
Collection: Essie Fall 2021 Collection
This product contains no toluene, DBP or added formaldehyde.
About Essie: Essie is one of the most popular brands in the industry. They are known for their wide variety of unique colors and fun polish names. Since Essie was created in 1981 the brand has developed into a high quality spa polish line used among professionals and polish lovers at home. Essie is regularly feature in InStyle, Self, and Allure magazine. Their most recent claim to fame was being worn by Kate Middleton in the royal wedding.
Application Instructions: For best results first apply a base coat to clean, bare nails. Then apply 2-3 coats of colored polish (depending on its consistency and thickness). For long lasting wear finish with a top coat.
Nice formula but too dark
The formula turned out pretty great (goes on smoothly, enough coverage with 2 coats) but it's just SO DARK it looks black! I guess if I had done my research I would have been aware..
I spotted this colour when it came out and had never been able to find it in a retail store. I'm extremely happy with my purchase. It is the perfect dark navy blue. Looks great on its own, with a matte top coat and in several other different nail art techniques.
Not really accurate.... Still Love <3
Thought it was going to be more blue as in the pictures, but it is more black. I still love the color and would recommend Essie to everyone.
Not what I expected . . . but . .. .
I didn't expect it to be as dark as it was. The swatches are accurate, but I didn't take in to account the lighting. I found that in normal lighting (home / office) it looked almost black and I'd have been hard pressed to say it is a dark navy. However - I used Aruba Blue as the first coat and After School Boy Blazer as the second coat it made a huge difference. Even in normal home lighting I could tell it was not black. I think any dark-ish blue as a first coat would work. Total disclosure: I read this tip some place else and can't recall where.