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Essie Lounge Lover

Lounge Lover by Essie

$8.25
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SKU:
ES-965
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Description

Polish Name: Lounge Lover

Description: Lounge Lover is a rose pink crème.

Size: 0.46 fl. oz. / 13.5 mL

Brand: Essie

Collection: Essie Spring 2016 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.

2 Reviews

  • 4
    Good colour but very streaky.

    Posted by Renata on 7th Nov 2017

    I like this colour a lot. I got it because it's a MUCH less expensive near-dupe for Butter London's Trout Pout. Maybe I got a bad batch but my bottle is very very streaky. Even after three coats the colour was somewhat uneven. Still, I like the colour enough to put up with the formula for now.

  • 5
    Beautiful bright peachy pink!

    Posted by I Swatch Everything on 5th Feb 2016

    I love this shade and tend to collect a lot of peachy pinks in my polish collection. The colour is bright and fresh and almost summery in vibe. The formula was nice - you'll need two thicker coats or three thin ones. I was so sure I had a dupe for this because I love peachy pinks but I can't find anything exact. Tonally it's most similar to Dior 'Pink' (maybe 95% similar) but just a bit lighter and brighter. It's very different from Essie's Peachside Babe (which is way more peach) and Stones and Roses (which is more dusty, pinker and darker). It's darker and more saturated than NCLA's Bikinis and Martinis. If you missed Dior's Pink last year, this gets pretty close!