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Essie For The Twill Of It

[Discontinued] For The Twill Of It by Essie

$8.25
(8 reviews) Write a Review
SKU:
ES-843
Availability:
No longer available

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Description

Polish Name: For The Twill Of It by Essie

Description: For the Twill of It is a brownish-grey duochrome that shifts from purple to green.

Size: 13.5 mL

Brand: Essie

Collection: For the Twill of it (Fall 2013)

This product contains no formaldehyde, Toluene or DBP.

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.

8 Reviews

  • 4
    Fave duochrome

    Posted by Leslie on 8th Jul 2018

    Purple base with green or red shimmer depending on the light. Takes at least two coats and could last longer (but then, I'm pretty hard on my nails), but I can't get over how awesome the colour is! 123

  • 5
    wonderful formula

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Apr 2014

    Beautiful colour, shifts from greenish bluish gray in shade to a reddish mauve in sunlight. Goes on like a dream, one coat is a bit sheer and 2 coats is deep and perfect. Going strong a week later with only some chipping at the tips. 123

  • 5
    Great

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Dec 2013

    This one is SOOO awesome :D 123

  • 4
    Worth the hype!

    Posted by Sara on 30th Nov 2013

    I'm surprised I liked this colour as much as I did. I mean, who wants to wear an oil slick on their nails? But I promise you won't stop looking down at your hands.

    I would say that the duochrome shifts from green to red, not purple as the description states. 123