We’ve got to wait til May for the new Bourjois La Laque to launch, but it’s well worth it for the intense colours and super-gloss that these provide. I haven’t got them all swatched yet (need to put in yet another order for nail wheels) but I’ve had a play. I guess the most obviously different thing about them is the bottle shape (more regret that I didn’t pay attention in geometary) – I haven’t seen this particular bottle used ever before for nail polish.
Inititally, there are 12 shades, but it’s a good edit in that it has darks, brights and lights, so there’s something for everyone. In terms of application, I like Bourjois brushes anyway for their thickness that allow for a one stroke cover – these are also a one stroke application that deliver just the right amount of polish. The difference between Bourjois La Laque and other Bourjois lacquers is colour saturation, but to be honest, I find Bourjois polish well saturated anyway.Bourjois La Laque
I can see these will just sell and sell – the intial launch colours are pointed at summer, even the darker shades, and while I predictably turn to orange in the summer the colour in Bourjois La Laque that I really want to try is at the forefront of the picture – Beach Violet; a kind of dirty plum – suddenly, it seems like the only colour I want to wear on my beach toes!
I will swatch all of these shades up and post separately. When the Bourjois La Laque range launches in May, each polish will be £6.49.
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