A New Year’s Eve Party Polish – Lunasol Nail Polish in Deep Black Red EX35

by lyn on December 30, 2011 · 4 comments

in Lunasol, Polish, WInter

Lunasol is a brand I often overlook. I know they make good quality products and have many lovely things to offer but I have never really been attracted to their makeup line. I absolutely adore their eye and cheek brushes though and believe it or not, they are the only two Lunasol items I own. That is, until I checked out their nail polishes.

Lunasol Deep Black Red

Deep Black Red #EX35 is a Fall release and may be a little outdated by the time you’re reading this. The polish is a very dark purple-red that appears almost black. It has flecks of subtle red shimmer but they are hardly noticeable and can only be seen in certain types of lighting. The finish is little jelly-like and is quite glossy and smooth. I find the polish to be a little streaky and not as easy to apply but it could be my lack of skills. It did level out with the second coat and was almost completely opaque.

Lunasol Deep Black Red

This is something I would wear on a night out paired with vampy lips. It is definitely a colour that is quite suitable for a New Year’s Eve dinner party.

Lunasol Deep Black Red

The Lunasol Deep Black Red #EX35 nail polish can be purchased at most Lunasol counters for RM56. If you like dark polishes, it is something to consider and since it’s limited edition as well, you’d best check it out soon ;-)

Lunasol Deep Black Red

Before heading off, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish y’all another fabulous and beauty-ful year ahead! I’ll be seeing you in 2012! Happy New Year!!!

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Stephanie Choong December 30, 2011 at 4:20 AM

Happy New Year 2012 Lyn! :) That is SUCH a gorgeous colour! Must resist going to try it out, because I might buy it despite being a total noob at painting my own nails! :P

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lyn December 30, 2011 at 6:09 AM

Happy New Year, Stephanie! It is a beautiful colour but I find the formula a little hard to work with, so you may want to test it out first. I may add a thinner the next time and will see if it is better.

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