Check out the gold shimmer on this little number!
It seriously looks how a strawberry daiquiri tastes. I'm obsessed.
It's the first Face of Australia polish I've worn since they've rebranded, and while the colour didn't disappoint, I did find the formula a bit watery, and had to smooth over three coats for a uniform coverage. They claim a 60 second drying time, but as always with these kind of things, I waited like 10 minutes between coats, as they still seemed quite tacky.
|No, like tacky like sticky... never mind, you keep on doing your thing, Jaslene, you crazy cha-cha diva.|
God, I watch too much America's Next Top Model.
It photographs a bit more peachy than in real life, on me it's definitely a pink, but I couldn't quite capture it.
The Barbados collection from FOA has really done well with its colour range. I originally promised myself to buy just one (I have a massive backlog of new polishes to try), but somehow the unholy combination of gorgeous colours and the uncanny ability of Priceline to have a sale on exactly what I want to buy resulted in me owning almost the full set. And I'm so terribly sorry.
Face of Australia polishes retail for a silly $4.95 each, and I think I got this one on sale for even cheaper.