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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Illamasqua Nomad

Tonight I've got a really awesome polish to share with you- this is Illamasqua Nomad. A gorgeous and unique jade green creme. I don't have any other shade like this- it's not as blue-toned as most mint shades are. It's also quite saturated. In terms of formula, it was flawless. Perfect coverage in two coats. 





I couldn't resist including a couple photos of this mani with the ring I was wearing it with: a cute white rabbit. Although these last two photos aren't the most colour accurate, I really love how Nomad looked paired with it.



Nomad is currently available through Illamasqua, and I'd also highly recommend checking out their seriously amazing sale... a lot of incredible items are a steal at 5 pounds a piece. This includes a lot of awesome nail lacquers, so definitely check it out!

If you're curious about my ring, I got it here.

What do you think of Illamasqua Nomad? Have you taken advantage of their current sale?

12 comments:

  1. Nomad is my favorite green as an unchallenged #1 - I love it :)

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    1. I totally agree with your ranking, Maria! :D

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  2. This is pretty! All the greens that I have that even come close to this are wicked sheer. Blah it's a shame I have no money.

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    1. It is pretty unique- one for the lemming list, anyway. And I can't see them discontinuing this one any time soon.

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  3. oooh that is such a gorgeous color and i love that ring!

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  4. Wow, love all these teals, any kind, blue tinted, leaning green, it doesn't matter. I love the whole range and have too many of them. This looks awesome on you!

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  5. Aww I love the ring with this color! Like the bunny is hopping through grass!

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    1. Haha, that's a nice way to think of it! I really like the combination of two stark, creamy colours together. And there is something vaguely retro to the colour of Nomad... not sure what it is, though.

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