Spring Pastels with MUA

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Here I am, typing away with my freshly painted 'Lush Lilac' MUA nail polish - for the bargain price of just one pound - yep, that's right, just one pound! Usually if I were to write a review on a nail polish, I wouldn't have an awful lot to say other than it's nice, I like it, go buy it - but I have a tad more information that I would love to share, so here goes a review of MUA's new polishes.  I recently featured these three polishes in my 'Superdrug Haul'. I had never tried a MUA product before, let alone their nail polishes, but when I realised they were only £1, I stocked up on three different shades. I think that's actually pretty good going for me - I was tempted to buy the lot! The three shades I picked up are 'Lush Lilac', 'Pistachio Ice Cream' and 'Bold Blue'. In a nutshell, two out of three I loved, one out of three I hated. First up, possibly the main selling point that caught my attention - you cant ignore the fact that these cute little bottles are a pure dupe of Essie's, can you? However, that little marketing trick actually lured me into buying them more than I would have if they were a different design - funny how it works eh?  
 
 
First up, I'll start with the negative of a polish I just couldn't stand - 'Bold Blue' a bright blue shade which I thought I would love. Don't get me wrong, it's not the shade that I don't love - it's the formula. So, how can I love the other two polishes but hate the formula of this polish? Maybe I just had a dodgy bottle - but the polish was ridiculously watery, I applied around four coats and it still wasn't getting me anywhere. In my frustration, I scrubbed it off and decided to try out 'Lush Lilac' instead. Ah, the perfect pastel shade for spring - a lilac with hints of pink - the photo doesn't do it justice, it really is beautiful! I applied two to three coats of this polish and I am also really impressed with the drying time of the polishes- they pretty much dry straight away! Lastly is my ultimate favourite - 'Pistachio Ice Cream' which is another pastel shade of mint green. I only needed to apply two coats for this polish and it certainly makes my nails stand out. As for the staying power of the polishes - top marks for a £1 nail polish. The colour lasted at least three days before any chips began to show - I have used higher end polishes which chip the next morning!
 
Overall, apart from my bad experience with 'Bold Blue', I would really recommend you checking out MUA's range of nail polishes which you can view here. I'll definitely be popping back to try out some new shades.
 
Have you tried a MUA nail polish? x
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  1. Such a shame about the Bold Blue shade as that's the colour I was drawn to when I saw your photo. Will definitely be giving the others try though, they're such a bargain for £1! :) x

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  2. Such bargains!
    http://whattaylorbuys.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. Absolutely love these colours and the cute little bottles. May have to pop into Superdrug the weekend and pick up the Bold Blue polish :)
    Vicki x

    What A Little Pickle

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  4. Those shades are so lovely! Perfect for Spring! & Cheap!

    sal/ http://novarellie.blogspot.com.au

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  5. Pistachio Ice Cream is gorgeous, and I love that it's only £1! xx

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  6. Pretty shades! Love them all, but that's a shame Bold Blue was faulty...

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  7. Dreamy pastel colours! And what a bargain <3 Lovely review :) Will definitely be trying these out myself! xoxo

    sweetheartfashionx.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. Haven't tried a MUA polish but would definitely like to after reading this review.
    For £1 it wouldn't really matter if you didn't like it - at this price it's worth a try!
    Rachel xx
    Strawberry Sundaes

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