|Rococo Babette & Amelie 14ml £12.00 each*|
French Chic For Spring
Forever envious of the natives across
the pond, the French je ne sai quoi is the
epitome of timeless style. Effortlessly
groomed, classic, yet edgy, it’s these
Parisian ground rules that helped to
inspire Rococo’s New Paris Collection
that revisits four French Classics.
About the brandWidely used at London Fashion Week, on celebrity clients and music videos, Rocco's collections remain ahead of trend, inspiring seasons. The polishes themselves are formulated carefully to ensure a quicker-drying, longer lasting finish. These polishes are without DBP, toluene and formaldehyde. Rococo have a selection of colours and are high-pigmented. Not forgetting their luxury nail lacquer ' Gold Leaf ' at a hefty £35 price tag, it's luxury nails at it's best.
Celestial ballerina pink with a certain je ne sais quoi
The colour in the bottle looks very pale, bordering a washed out lilac. The first layer is very sheer and a little streaky. The second coat was a lot better with coverage. A dainty shade that's great for those who like pinks and nail colours that don't shock.
Shimmering apricot that's sassy and chic.
I like this shade, apricot shade that does shimmer but it didn't pick up on camera but you can see it in the bottle. This needed two coats also, they are all opaque with the first coat and the second one gives a nice coverage. Apricot is a nice alternative to pink in my eyes, still get that softness, I love apricot tones on various skin tones.
The shades lasted about 3 days without chipping, with my hands always submerged in water, in a hutch, in bags all day it's a given that nail polish just doesn't last. I like the shades that Rococo has to offer and they do dry quite quickly but not so dry that I can be wreckless.
What's your opinion on these shades, have you tried Rococo?
*This product was sent to me for consideration for a review. This does not sway my opinion. This is 100% my view and research is that of my own!