My heart has a special place for neutral nail polish colors, I can never get tired of them. Sometimes just a simple light pink manicure can look so dainty and feminine. I have been a fan of Crabtree & Evelyn products for some time now, you may remember their hand sanitizing gel is one of my handbag must haves. If you didn’t already know Crabtree & Evelyn also has a line of nail polish and today I have two shades from the NUD-EST collection to show you.
The Crabtree & Evelyn NUD-EST collection consists of four universally complimentary shades, that are four free, dry quickly and apply like a dream. See the descriptions of all four colors below along with swatches of Peaches and Cream and Almond.
Alabaster Nail Lacquer
For a subtle hint of color, our Alabaster nail lacquer is the lightest of the collection but not lacking in lustrous impact. A rich, creamy ivory with a bit of pearl shimmer, it’s the perfect topper to any outfit day or night.
Mocha Nail Lacquer
Make a bold statement in a shade barely there, our Mocha nail lacquer is sure to create a stir. Glide on the creaminess of warm mocha infused with a platinum shimmer for a new take on neutrals.
Classic but never boring, our pale beige Almond nail lacquer is the definition of neutral at its finest, and the most opaque nude of all the neutrals.
|Crabtree & Evelyn Nail Lacquer Almond|
Add a little sweetness with our delectable shade of Peaches & Cream. A dreamy wash of peachy pink with a light opalescent shimmer that’s just bursting with warmth and light.
|Crabtree & Evelyn Nail Lacquer Peaches & Cream|
I can tell you as soon as I put on Peaches & Cream I was in love, the color compliments my skin tone well and I received a ton of compliments on it. It quickly became a work week favorite of mine. The wear on both colors I tried was great, I wore each manicure for 10 days with no chips or tip wear.
Availability : Crabtree & Evelyn stores and online at crabtree-evelyn.com
*I was provided with samples of the products featured for editorial consideration. All opinions are my own.