Wednesday, May 26, 2010

DIAMOND COSMETICS 2010 SUMMER BEACH BLOWOUT COLLECTION

Here is the new summer collection from Diamond Cosmetics. Most of you all ready know of my love for this brand. I love the formula, the colors and the prices! I also have found their customer service to be top notch as well. Their polish prices range from $2.25 - $2.50 each.

I am digging their new summer colors. While there isn't anything totally unique about them, I do still like the colors and find them all to be pretty and summery. I also love that I can get away with only two coats of this polish. I am a habitual 3 coater, but I like the fact that in a rush I could just use two coats and be on my way. These new colors were no exception.

I also love that they have actual sales and deals on their polish. A lot of the time I only see any type of savings offered if I spend any where from $50 to $75 to even $100 bucks. DC seems to always have some little special advertised on their website at all times. (I will list a couple of the current ones after my swatches.)





Loving this! What a great shade of purple! With all the neon colors coming out, I like that there is a bright yet muted shade. I couldn't wait to put this one on!






This is a pretty, almost dusty looking blue. I had to do some adjusting with my camera settings to get an accurate photo of this color, so my skin color may look a little strange.






Another one that I had to work on the settings to get it just right. Again, not an unusual color, but still very pretty.


Below you will see a couple of the specials that DC has right now. Please tell me another brand that has $8 & $9 specials going on where you still get at least 4 bottles of polish! That's unheard of. If you still haven't tried this brand, I urge you to!


7 comments:

Jen(ny) said...

How much is shipping, usually? I don't want to fill in all my billing info just to find out ^^;

Gina (Prim and Polished) said...

Nice post! I am sold on BOTH specials. I have wanted Chainmail charm for so long, might as well cave when it's included in a special set! Nice !

Lolitadewdrop said...

South Beach pink looks so pretty on your nails. :)

ABOP said...

You are such an enabler! I took one look at the blue and purple on you and had to have them. Yes, in spite of the fact that I still have 8 of their polishes untried in my stash, I just ordered more!

adorepink said...

Diamond cosmetics is awesome! I like that purple a LOT.

Ayuu said...

Wow, they are all sooo gorgeous ! My fave is Magens Bay Blue :)

Lucy said...

I like the specials that they have. Nice savings. Love the purple.

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