Louboutin Loubichrome Polishes – Review/Swatches/Nail Art

Hello everyone, today I am back with some limited edition Louboutin polishes. I am a sucker for premium beauty so as soon as I saw these come out I was online spending my hard earned cash.

As with all the Louboutin beauty range the polish bottles are something quite magnificent and truly beautiful.

Loubichrome I,II,III

Aren’t they just stunning, look at that stunning handle. Something I admired a lot before actually opening 🙂 Ok time to share some swatches of these beauties. First up is Lubichrome I.

Loubichrome I

Loubichrome I

Loubichrome I is described as ‘An energetic yellow infused with lime green, or yellow/gold green colour as I like to call it 🙂 This is 3 coats with no top coat.  I did find it a little streaky to apply, but it would probably be fine for those with shorter nails.  So this was most def not my fave from the three in the collection, but I still like it.

Loubichrome I

As you can see it is a little streaky in the macro shot. Next in line is Loubichrome II.

Loubichrome II

Loubichrome II

Loubichrome II is described as ‘A fiery rosy red’, and I suppose that is a good description of it.  It is a perfect shade for Valentine’s Day.  This is 2 coats with no top coat. The application of this shade was better than the first one.

Loubichrome II

Last but not least is Loubichrome III.

Loubichrome III

Loubichrome III

Loubichrome III is described as ‘A glistening violet’, I say it looks like a shimmery purple, same thing I suppose lol.  It is a lovely shade although for me not so original as I own a few shades like this.  I should do a comparison post some day soon.  It is a gorgeous shade and this is 2 coats with no top coat.

Loubichrome III

All the polishes can look streaky if care is not taken on application.  I have to say I was a little bit disappointed that the polishes didn’t have more of a chrome effect to them, like the bottle does, but I still love them.

Are they worth £23/$30 I hear you asking….well for me the bottle is a work of art so yes I think they are worth it if you are looking for a splurge item to add to your polish collection.  Thinking about it a limited edition Dior or Chanel polish can cost this much, and the bottles ain’t as pretty as these.

Rose nail art using Loubichrome III

Seeing as it is valentines day soon I thought I would do some simple outline roses over Loubichrome III.  Hope you like them.

Loubichrome polishes are sold out at most places but Net-a-Porter in the US seem to still have them available, well at the time I wrote this they were.  There are limited colours available at Selfridges and Christian Louboutin online.

Thanks for reading xxx

 

2 thoughts on “Louboutin Loubichrome Polishes – Review/Swatches/Nail Art

  1. Gorgeous bottles and your swatches are stunning, I’m not a massive fan of the colours but the bottles are beautiful and I would happily spend money to own one of them!
    Vicky xx
    @thepolishlist

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