Good afternoon, dear readers! I hope this post finds you well, and you have been having a wonderful week thus far! I am FINALLY feeling well enough to get back to blogging consistently, and I am so happy about that! It feels like forever since I've posted, so let me stop wasting time here, and let's do this!
For your viewing pleasure, I have KBShimmer Men Are From Mars-ala on the blog today. The 2015 Pantone colour of the year is Marsala, an earthy red-brown shade. Christy developed this shade for those that want to sport the colour of the year on their nails, and it is quite a lovely colour! Marsala is the type of colour I would wear on my face: blushes and lip products in particular, and I was curious how I would feel about it on my nails. Let's check out some photos!
I have to say, I am really digging this colour! I enjoy wearing brown and red polishes, and this shade is the perfect go-between for when you want a colour that is a little more neutral but still have a touch of brightness. I'm definitely going to be wearing this shade quite a bit this year!
The formula of Men Are From Mars-ala is really nice: not too thick or thin, and the application was really smooth. I used two easy coats for these swatch photos.
I am so glad to see Men Are From Mars-ala on the KBShimmer line-up, and I naturally have to comment about the name. Christy always has such fun names for her polishes, and Men Are From Mars-ala is awesome!
You can purchase Men Are From Mars-ala and other polishes and products by KBShimmer at the website here. Be sure to follow KBShimmer on Facebook here and Instagram here for shop announcements and previews on future collections!
Until next time, dear readers, have a wonderful day!
Disclaimer: The products reviewed above were provided to me for my honest and unbiased opinion. All thoughts stated are entirely my own and are based on my use of said products. I love receiving feedback from my readers, and any comments left here are the express opinions and/or property of the individual commentors. I reserve the right to remove any comments that I find to be harmful, unnecessary, or not constructive for other readers.