Polish Name: Wicker Park by Color Club
Description: Wicker Park is a light purple crème.
Size: 15 mL
Brand: Color Club
Collection: Girl About Town Collection (Fall 2013)
This product contains no formaldehyde, Toluene or DBP.
About Color Club: Color Club is a spa brand that is loved for it's great value and bright colors. It's of the highest quality and is known to result in a chip free manicure. As a top choice for professionals Color Club is often featured in Nails Magazine.
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.
I wouldn't recommend this polish. The picture above is misleading; it looks lilac-y in the picture but it's actually a bubblegum pink. I don't mind bubblegum pink, but I'm not crazy about this particular one. I was also disappointed with the formula; it took me four coats to get it opaque. As a result, it chipped super easily, so within two days half my nails were shamefully missing a third of the polish. I generally like Color Club, but this one didn't meet my expectations.
Despite how bright it looks, it seems to have a gray/blue undertone that leaves it a dull sort of pink with my skin tone. It lasted a week on my toes, but the colour was dull and boring. Not vivid like the bottle
This polish is a vibrant 'bubblegum pink' cream polish, which was slightly disappointing, because I ordered it expecting it to be a " light purple crème" as described, and pictured on the website. It is absolutely NOT purple, whatsoever! It is a pretty shade,however, so I decided to keep it, as it is a great shade to enjoy wearing during the Spring, and Summer. It is opaque in one to two coats,for sure, and it is a good quality polish.This is my first Color Club purchase, but it won't be my last, even if I was hoping it would be a purple-toned nail polish!
Long lasting and love the color! I will definitely try more from color club!