Azature Lavender: Swatches & Reviews

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Azature Lavender

Azature Lavender Diamond Nail Lacquer

Hey there nail polish fanatics.. here’s the first of 5 new polishes sent to me from one of my favorite nail polish manufacturers, Azature!

Developed by Azature the manufacturer of the Most Expensive nail polish in the world:  $250,000 Black Diamond Nail Polish!

If you’re a lover of purple polishes then Azature Lavender is right up your ally!  Inspired by the lavender diamond, a hybrid of bright pink & bright purple, making it a great bright summer shade suitable for all skin tones!  What I love most about Lavender is it’s so heavily pigmented that you can easily get away with 1 coat of polish.

HERE’S A FEW BONUS’S:

Azature Lavender has a thin brush making it a cinch for D.I.Y. mani’s & pedi’s.
STREAK FREE Formula
High Pigment Color – 1-2 coat max!
Long Lasting & Chip Free (5-7 days)

It’s a creamy blend so there’s no shimmer.  It dries quickly & could easily lend itself to a matte top coat for a non-shiny finish, super cool finish.

Once again Azature has amazed me with his fantastic chip free formula… lasting at least 5-7 days!  (5 day minimum & 7+ days depending on how rough you are with your nails)

Azature Lavender retails for $25.  You can purchase this color at the following sites: www.ronrobinson.com & shop.azature.com

Here are a few more swatches of my new favorite color for summer!
Also Pedicure Approved! 

Azature Lavender Nail Lacquer

In the pictures shown I’m wearing 2 coats of Lavender, but I definitely could have gotten away with just 1 coat!

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Stay tuned for more swatches & reviews of Azature’s new line of Summer Brights:

Azature Shades for Summer 2014
(from left to right)

Azature Coral: Bright Coral

Azature Jade: Soft Tiffany Blue

Azature Lavender: Bright Pinkish, Purple *(shown above)

Azature Lapis: Soft Shade of Lapis Blue

Azature Rose: A bright Cherry Pink

(Photo credits: Nails by Holly for The Trendy Nail)
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