Coloristiq September Mani Box – Review

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Hi everybody today I am back with a review of the September ‘Nails and the City’ manicure box from Coloristiq. Coloristiq are a new brand to me who also provide a nail polish rental service, which is certainly an interesting concept :).

Coloristiq September Manicure Box contents

Coloristiq September Manicure Box contents

The box itself is £15 (excluding p&p), which is a great price as the contents is worth £33. You don’t have to sign up to a monthly subscription which is fab and means you can buy the boxes you like. In the box was Essie ‘Fifth Avenue’, Mini OPI ‘Worth a Pretty Penne’ form the Venice collection, Indie Nail polish Brand Danglefoot ‘Bluedapest’ and Nails inc ‘The Mall’.

I was quite impressed with the selection of polishes and the fact there was an Indie brand in there, which was new to me. I was very impressed with the Danglefoot polish.

Swatches of the September Coloristiq Manicure Box

Swatches of the September Coloristiq Manicure Box (Natural light)

I didn’t have a chance to swatch all of these on my nails, but I think this shows a good colour representation, remembering that colours photograph very differently on different skin tones.  To see how these look on a fairer skin tone go check out Brit nails swatches of this box, her nails and swatches are divine.

I concentrated on the polish which caught my eye most in this box and that was ‘Bluedapest’ from Danglefoot polish. Which you can only get in this box.

Danglefoot 'Bluedapest' Swatch

Danglefoot ‘Bluedapest’ Swatch (under studio lighting)

I absolutely love this beautiful polish.  It has a fantastic coverage and is packed full of tiny holo glitters and larger scattered gold glitters.  It is just gorgeous and I would probably pay £15 just for this polish, so the others in the box were a plus.

Macro of Danglefoot 'Bluedapest' (under studio lighting)

Macro of Danglefoot ‘Bluedapest’ (under studio lighting)

It is a perfect polish and I am sure I will be purchasing more Danglefoot polishes in the future.

I decided to do some nail art using ‘Bluedapest’ as the base, the OPI Mini ‘Worth a Pretty Penne’ as a stamping polish and Cassella ‘Keep it Matte’.

Intricate Print Nail Art

Intricate Print Nail Art

I hope you like the nail art 🙂 I will post a tutorial on my Youtube Channel tomorrow.

This box is only available in limited quantities from the Coloristiq website, so snap it up while you can.

Thanks for reading xxx

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