Monday, July 26, 2010

EYEKO POLISH - REVIEW

These are my first Eyeko's!! I have seen these on other blogs and I'm so excited that I got the chance to review them.

Here is what I love about these polishes, I love the individual labels! How cute is that? They each have their own little decorated label with a matching theme to the color of the polish. I am a sucker for cute details like that! I also love that these polishes - all of them - were opaque in two coats (minus the one that is made for french nails, which obviously that one isn't supposed to be opaque). I also love the colors, very cool colors and all ones that I would wear.

The only complaint I have is that the bristles of the brush were a bit long for my taste. I prefer a shorter brush length, but it wasn't anything that would prevent me from getting any more in the future.

Lets take a look at the swatches:

SAUCY POLISH - For naughty nails:
This is the perfect red polish, bright, cheery, and opaque in two coats!





RAIN POLISH - For city nails:
A muted grayish blue polish with micro silver shimmer. I was surprised how much I really liked this color on, it looked really good on me and I love the shimmer.





PETITE POLISH - For french nails:
A sweet pink jelly polish. I love polishes like this that make my natural nails look better than they are. Some pink french polishes have a tendency to make the white part of my nails look yellow, this brightened them up and make them look like I had naturally gorgeous natural nails!





POSH POLISH - For ladylike nails:
LOVE IT! This looked great on me!! These colors will tend to bring out the red in my hands and this one didn't - instantly moves to the winners column! LOVE IT!! GET IT!!!





TEA ROSE POLISH - For country nails:
This color falls under the "mature" column for me, but I couldn't deny that I actually liked this color on! I need to jazz it up with some nail art or konad to take away the old lady look of this one.





CORAL POLISH - For resort nails:
In LOVE!! I can't resist the bright shade of this polish! Perfect summer, bright color without going the neon route.





VAMPIRA POLISH - For gothic nails:
Dark, vampy glitter - yummy! If it's glitter it's a winner! Hey - that could be my new slogan folks! See, this polish is inspiring me already :) The best thing about this is that the red glitter isn't hidden by the darkness of the polish, it is still very visible. Perfection!


15 comments:

jaljen said...

Gorgeous pix. Saucy and Rain are the only ones I don't have so this reminded me to head over to Eyeko and get Rain.

I love Eyeko.

Neya said...

Oh my! Rain and posh are GORGEOUS!
I'm going to have to pick those up. Posh would be quite fitting due to the name of my blog, might have to make it my signature color.
Thanks for cluing me into these polishes.

peripatetic33 said...

i loves rain posh and tea rose

Aurora's Nails said...

OMG, Vampira!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cali369 said...

I'm loving rain and posh too! The shimmer in rain is lush.

Serena said...

I love how they all have unique labels, I really like these. Especially Rain Polish, Vampira Polish, Posh Polish, and Coral Polish.

Jeanelle said...

I want all these polishes... my friend is going to london soon i'm making him buy me all of them!

Lacquer Ware for Tips and Toes said...

Of course I love Vampira and I like Rain too. Am so glad to see you back and posting. Yay!

Starlight said...

The Petite Polish really becomes you. I also like Vampira alot!

Zara said...

I love Posh. It looks great on you!

N. Castillo said...

I absolutely love the Petite Polish and the rain polish. Look fabulous!

Lucy said...

All of these polishes rock! I also adore that slogan. You must use it somewhere on this blog. Ladylike Nails really is a top favorite of mine. I must order than. I even like the sheer polish. Really does make your nails look naturally pink and healthy. I know what you mean about some of those shades making your free edge look yellow. Very strange. Your trying to drag me to the sheer side! Hope your still doing better.

Stacey said...

I love all of these polishes, I might just have to buy them all because I can't decide which ones I like best! At least I can get a free gift right now though, if anyone else wants a free gift from www.eyeko.com you just need to spend £10 (or $15) and then use the code E10222 at the checkout :)

kelliegonzo said...

eyeko polishes have made a total comeback from their awful little "jar" polishes they had before haha. they were cute but terrible formulas. these new ones are AWESOME!

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