[unpaid/sample] Hands up. I don’t get the digital art aspect of this collection at all – I believe they’re supposed to be futuristic colours but in my book, they’re not. However, if I ask myself what would be a futuristic colour, my brain comes up with nothing! So, maybe they are. Anyway, ignoring that, some of these colours are lovely – that coral shade is calling my name!
From left to right: Pixel, Tags, Dots, Pop Up, Cookies and Slash.
I’m prepared to give some of these colours a go – they’re not what I’d normally opt for but as my nails are for once playing nicely, I’m quite curious to try Cookies with it’s delicate, milky peach tones and Tags, which has the potential to be a pleasant nude shade with a retro vibe. Unusually, Sephora has the whole set… for £28.62 instead of £37.20. This is a very nice set to split and gift with a creme egg ;-). It’s HERE.
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ROFL… I can easily tell you, Jane, what’s digital/futuristic about this collection of polishes – it’s names! And names only, no matter from which angle to look at these old like world colors… All of them not just years old – they are from the previous millennium – although if they fit standards of modern nail polish quality they are fine, shades are kinda classic…
Yes, you’re right :-))
Is it just a silly pun, as fingers and toes are digits?
I don’t know :-)))
I love Mavala nail polishes, the bottles are a perfect size – I never finish big ones before the dry out!