*PR sample, all opinions stated are my own*
When Sparkle PR asked me to try some Korres polishes I was intrigued as Korres is new to me brand.
I was sent two ‘gel effect’ shades to try, Candy Pink and Porcelain White. The polishes contain sweet almond oil. I did wear one of the polishes for a few days but I don’t think the oil had any particular effect on my nails.
Candy pink is a classic baby pink creme.
I used 2 coats and no topcoat for my swatches my swatches.
Application was ok, but the brush is quite thin, which made it a little tricky. The colour was patchy on the first coat, but evened up with the second coat. It had a nice shine to it.
The second polish I tried was Porcelain White.
My swatch shows 2 coats and no topcoat. It’s obviously quite sheer, but I would imagine this shade is designed to be used in french manicures, hence the delicate of it.
Again, application was quite tricky with the formula being very thick, gloopy and hard to work with. That said, it was quick drying and dried with a nice shine.
I wasn’t particularly impressed with these products, I’ve used other cheaper, mainstream polishes which have better quality formulas and apply much more easily.
I did wear Candy Pink as the base for some Christmas nail art (in non festive shades!😉)
I used images from MoYou London Festive 33 and my black stamping polish from Born Pretty Store.
You can purchase Korres polishes from Look Fantastic for £8 each.
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