Friday, July 19, 2013

Jin Soon Coral Peony + Fan Brush Nail Art

Friday, July 19, 2013
Coral Peony is my second Jin Soon nail polish (see Blue Iris here), and I am officially obsessed.  They are quite expensive which is annoying, but the two I have tried so far have the most gorgeous jelly finish and I love everything about them.  The bottle is so sleek and adorable, and the brush is to die for (it's not as wide as OPI's, but flatter and wider than Chanel's).  It makes polishing the nails quick and effortless.  From my experience, they have great lasting power as well.  The photos below were actually taken on day three of wear.

Coral Peony is a darker coral, but still very bright in certain lighting, probably due to the jelly finish.  It leans slightly more red on me in most lighting, but it still has a good amount of pink in it to keep it looking coral.  It glides on without any streakiness, dries very fast, and is opaque in two coats.

My accent nail is one coat of CND Gold Chrome and one coat of piCture pOlish Majesty on top.  Perfection.

I have actually been wearing Coral Peony for four or five days now and it needed a bit of refreshing (I don't think the Dior top coat I used was a good match).  My new set of nail art brushes arrived recently, and a few people on Instagram wanted to see a look using the fan brush.  I did one layer with CND Gold Chrome, and then I added a light layer of Layla Gold Idol on top to play off of Majesty which has some amazing holographic shimmer in it.  I just love pairing coral with gold, and I am really happy with this look!

Coral is one of those colors that I never get tired of.  It always looks so elegant and flattering, yet it's still a bright, happy color that I especially love in the summer months.

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