Part 2: Clinique - A Different Nail Enamel For Sensitive Skin Review

So, exactly a month yesterday I posted this review of some brand new Clinique nail varnish that I had been sent for review. I absolutely loved it, and I am absolutely honoured that I was sent some more for review. This time all 4 colours are from the limited edition summer colours, so if you like the look of them you better get on it fast!    These polishes are specifically designed for sensitive skin, and to 'reduce the chances eyes will burn, itch or water upon contact', and I think you can definitely feel the quality within them. As always the rest of the review will be after the jump

Look how cute the boxes are!

First up is 'Juiced Up'*, which is a vibrant orange. My camera absolutely hates oranges but the colour of my logo in the first picture is pretty accurate to how it really is. This was 3 coats but I could have probably got away with 2. I didn't use topcoat in any of these pictures

Clinique Nail Enamel for Sensitive Skin in 'Juiced up'

Next up is 'Pinkini'* which is what can only be described as a barbie pink. This again was 3 coats with no top coat, but I could have probably used 2

Clinique Nail Enamel for Sensitive Skin in 'Pinkini'

Next up is 'Splish Splash'* which is a dark blue. The first coat was quite translucent and I thought this would take quite a bit of build up, but it ended up being opaque in 2 easy coats. 

Clinique Nail Enamel for Sensitive Skin in 'Splish Splash'

Finally is my absolute favourite, '70 Degrees and Sunny'*. I dont know why, because I'm usually not a fan of yellow polishes, but there is something absolutely amazing about this colour. I'm sure you'll be seeing it in a lot of nail art. I've already used it in my sunset nails, and it was absolutely brilliant for the gradient. This was 2 creamy coats.  

Clinique Nail Enamel for Sensitive Skin in '70 Degrees and Sunny'

Overall, again, I'm really really impressed with these polishes, and I think they're definitely worth the £12 they cost. If I wasn't a very poor student then I would most likely buy a lot more of these colours. You can buy these on the Clinique website, or at any local supplier of Clinique, such as Boots.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments! 

*these products were provided to me for review, but all opinions are entirely my own and were not influenced in any way


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