Saturday, 1 October 2011

NOTD: Topshop Duststorm

Topshop Duststorm

I love this polish, when I want an fuss-free neutral polish that isn’t boring this is the polish I use. Its a pinky grey duochrome, that flashes orange/pink under light.It takes about three coats to get full opacity.

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19 comments:

  1. I love how elegant and understated it looks

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  2. this colour is beautiful!!

    just thought I'd let you know, I ended up grabbing the gold No 17 polish you posted about. It's such a gorgeous colour! (i'm wearing it now!)

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  3. @Gaelle It's very subtle and understated,it really would go with anything!

    @jordan thanks glad you like it!

    @jian glad you like fury, what did you think to the rest of the collection? I think I'll pick up the rest of the polishes!

    Hollie
    x

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  4. Ooh i love this, reminds me of the iridescent sandals they had a while ago!

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  5. Such a beautiful colour! Love the iridescence!

    http://megandvs.blogspot.com/
    MeganDvs x

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  6. @anishaxoxo i never really look at the shoes, as soon as I get to Topshop I somehow always end up at the make-up stand!

    @MeganDvs thanks Megan, have you seen the Metallics collection they have released? Some really pretty iridescent colours!

    Hollie
    xxx

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  7. I did like the other colours in the collection, but I was very unimpressed with the application of Fury! (it literally was making me furious). I found the polish was drying too quickly so it was forming little goopy strands at the end of my nail if you know what I mean? And it was folding up on itself! Maybe it's the technique that I apply with, but I've never had the problem with another polish before. The colour is really beautiful, but IMO not worth the effort to get an even coat...

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  8. I had more of a problem with streakyness, than it going gloopy. I've noticed a lot of polishes in Boots separating because of the display lights! Although I'd still rather buy a high street polish than pay out for Chanel's Peridot

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  9. That is also very true indeed! Chanel polishes are really..extremely expensive. That, and I find their brushes and formula unimpressive compared to other expensive brands! I think Dior does have a far superior formula and brush (since last year). I far prefer OPI's brushes and EL's as well to Chanel. It's a pity they just don't do the same colours!

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  10. I don't actually own any high-end polishes (I know if I start on them I'll end up with loads!) but I completely agree. I've heard nothing but great things about EL Polishes but the colours just dont grab me!
    Hollie
    x

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  11. Ahaha very wise! I think that is exactly my problem. If I hadn't gone and splurged on high-end polishes I wouldn't be complaining so much when I buy some cheaper ones!

    Nail polishes are funny things. I think the maximum number of times I have used a single bottle is about 3-4 times. A couple of colours that I really love maybe a handful more...but they get all gloopy and not very useable after a year or so, and I forget about the older colours I bought when I buy new shiny ones!

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  12. Wow, this is really beautiful :)

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  13. this is so gorgeous, it annoys me this is a polish from topshop. i have a love and hate relationship with topshop. they haven't harmed me in any way, nor have i been disappointed in their products. I just *hate* when a company sells only a very limited amount of shops. who do they think they are? give the people the power to make up in all topshop shops or in superdrug or something like that xx

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  14. Now this look like a nail polish that I NEED in my collection!

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