Swatches & Reviews: Essie Spring 2015 Collection

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Introducing essie spring 2015 collection

The profusion of petals on the runway and on the most stylish streets announces essie’s spring 2015 collection.

Inspired by the bright blooms seen all around, from Instagram to fashion runways to the streets, this season’s go-to botanical look is more than just a budding trend.
With the collection’s hero shade inspired by a “flowerista” – a fashionista who create her signature style from floral-inspired fashions –the spring 2015 collection will breathe beauty into all aspects of life.

Now is the time for every woman of style to stock her wardrobe with essie looks to last a lifetime. Can’t wait for spring’s first bloom to sport your favorite petal pushers? Prefer the garden variety over all others?
Well, it sounds like you’re a true connoisseur of florals – a real flowerista.
Now is the moment to create a wardrobe that is picked perfect, because just like spring itself, blossom dandy style always comes back in fashion – it’s a perennial chic.
In addition, essie gel will be launching a coinciding set of gel colors sharing the same names and shades as the spring 2015 collection.

essie’s spring 2015 collection retails at $8.50 per bottle and will be available in March 2015 at, ulta beauty stores, cvs and fine salons and beauty destinations nationwide.

Here’s the line up!

Starting with Flowerista… a gorgeous, warm toned, creamy opaque bright plum.  This pic below is shown with only 1 coat!  Goes on easily and evenly… with no fuss!
A fun bright to try out this spring!


Petal Pushers a dusty purple is a really cool color for those of you looking for something a bit more muted.  Another easy to apply, creamy and rich shade that I absolutely love.
Shown below with only 1 coat!


Garden Variety a gorgeous teal blue that might be one of my all time favorites this season!  Creamy and opaque after the first coat, Garden Variety is a warm teal blue.
Award winning Trendy Nail FAVORITE!!! Shown below with 1 coat.


Blossom Dandy is another favorite of mine.  A cool creamy mint that applies smooth and evenly.  Also looks great paired with Garden Variety!
Shown below with 1 coat!


Picked Perfect a toasty almond.  A very neutral and creamy shade.  Not one of my favorites.. but that’s just ’cause I like wearing colors in the spring rather than neutrals.
But.. if you’re looking for a pretty neutral Picked Perfect is a great shade to try.
Shown below with 2 coats.


Perennial Chic is a brighter and lighter shade of nude.  A few shades lighter and brighter than it’s counter part Picked Perfect.
It’s not quite peach and it’s not quite cream.  A warmer neutral perfect for those of you with darker skin tones.
Shown below with 2 coats.


All and all i’d have to say that Essie’s 2015 Spring collection is filled with many shades to please almost everyone.
It’s a nice pallete of colors that work really well together.  There’s a lot of creative designs you can achieve with this collection.

Check out my latest nail art featuring Garden Variety and Blossom Dandy.


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