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Bold Bordeaux – L’Oreal Gel Lacque

Hey beauties!

The holiday months are the time when we get to bring out our sexy tights, the cute sweaters, darken up our makeup and of coarse- rock some oxblood nails. I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect deep red polish that wouldn’t cost me more then ten bucks and I found it on a random day at the store.

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It’s a gel lacquer or lacque which I’m guessing is French, and it is a staple for anyone in love with the dark blood red trend that has been really popular especially for lips and nails. Even though it is a gel I saw and experienced no difference in the application of it whatsoever, it applies smoothly just like any other good quality nail polish with no extra fuss.

The drying time the same as the nail polish’s I have previously tried from L’Oreal that were not gel lacquers which is very fast and takes less than five minutes to be completely safe for you to start doing things with your hands again. The lasting time is also amazing with no chips at all in the five days I’ve worn it and at the reasonable price of $7.99 I love it!

FINAL VERDICT:

  • Staying Power: ♥♥♥♥♥
  • Consistency: ♥♥♥♥♥
  • Pigmentation: ♥♥♥♥♥
  • Price: ♥♥♥♥
  • Color Range: ♥♥♥♥♥

OVERALL: A

It is beautiful, stunning, gorgeous and you need this for the holiday months because everyone is going to be in awe of your nails. Good luck! MUAH!!!

Bye beautiful little Dreamers!

❤ Jacquie

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5 Comments

  1. Now this is my thing. Love this color…i even wear the deep reds during the warmer seasons. It just goes with everything. I have yet to try the gels…i just may try it this time around. Thanks for the review.

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