Ever have those days when everything just gets away from you and the task you begin never gets done? That happened to me, yesterday. I sat down at my 'puter to do a post here and got started then I had an aura, had to go take migraine meds, then I got sidetracked by something else, then I got to doing up some housework then... then... then... And before I knew it, it was a little late to actually finish and post so I decided to just do it, this morning.
Today's swatch is of Essence Choose Me, a beautiful cerulean blue jelly packed with gold glass fleck that shifts this polish from blue to sea green to gold. Just lovely is this polish. It reminds me of mermaids and pictures of magical undersea grottoes.
Photographs were shot in my lightbox and are two coats with top coat. In person, this polish looks opaque at two coats, it photographed more sheer.
These photos were taken with my new (maybe) camera. I am getting the hang of it and the limited editing software that came with it. I am still undecided but I will say, the quality of these photos is better than with my ancient point and shoot.
Essence Choose Me, like the one other Essence polish I own is a lovely formula. It applies like a dream boat, smooth and easy, it flows off the nice, wide brush and sits it's self down where I want it to go without any dragging, running, pooling or other nonsense. I had little cleanup with this polish and dry time is fast without any bubbles too be had.
Wear time for this polish is not stellar. In fact, it is pretty abysmal. I had significant tip wear at the end of the first day and chips a go-go by the second. Essence Choose Me is beautiful and fun but it is definitely a short wear polish. Maybe it would be nice for layering, too. I need to order more polishes from this brand next time I place an Ulta order. At a clam a bottle, with such nice formulas and pretty colours, these minis are a great value.
Do you own this pretty polish or any of it's twins that are floating around out there? Love it? Over it?
Thank you so much for popping in. Have a great day and may your polish never bubble.