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Streetwear 01 Black Divine Nail Enamel - Review, Swatches

 
In sunlight
What it claims: Gives a dazzling shine to your nails. Shake gently apply 2 coats.

Cost: Errr... I forgot, coz I ripped off the tag the moment I reached home to apply it & I have had this with me for 3 months now. I think it was some 70 odd Rs. for 9 ml bottle.



What I liked: 

1. The shade - a lovely gunmetal grey black with lots of shine & silvery shimmer. It is the perfect way for dark nails without the gothic overtones of black & deary undertones of grey. Plus the shimmer is very fine, and not gritty at all.

2. Lasting power - this thing with just two coats lasted a whole 5 days on my nails without chipping - & this is with no top coat. This is the longest any nail paint has lasted on my nails

3. Very shiny finish. (I don't like matt nail paints - I tend to add a top coat at times just to make my nails look super shiny)

With Flash
What could be better:

1. This ain't the big 3 free.

Will I repurchase this: For sure, this is a very good way for me to wear a black shade to office. I love the color, the shine, the finish. It is a very unique color, it's dark but not goth.
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Comments

  1. looks like metallic grey na...I have noticed that grey nail paints suit most and this looks fab on you.

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  2. Hey....

    Streetwear is sadly an under estimated brand in India..Ateleast their nail colours require some attention I feel..Even I have a few shades and they lasted well on my nails..

    This is a good shade Tanveer...Will check it out next time :-)

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  3. I'm not usually a fan of such colours (prefer the gold-bronze metallics), but you're right-- it's good for office. :-)

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  4. Looks v cool....n the lasting power seems gr8 too!!
    nice post!!

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  5. Very nice and chic tanveer :)

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