Jessica Coral Symphony for spring 2014 features six new creme shades with a brand new formula!
This new formula is called “stretch” because the shades flow right onto the nails without any streaks then it stretches while it dries. This is supposed to help with coverage, chips and how long it lasts. I have yet to test this new formula for wearability, but it sounds promising!
The Coral Symphony collection was inspired by the creatures and blossoms deep within the sea. All six of these shades have excellent coverage with just two coats.
Sharktooth is a crisp white creme. It’s not a completely stark white, it has a slight marshmallow-y softness to it.
Monsoon Melon is a soft cool-toned melon creme.
Conch Shell is a bright cool-toned pink creme.
Ocean Bloom is an orchid creme.
Starfish Glow is a medium bright pink creme.
Tropical Sunset is a bright coral/pink creme.
Overall: I love Jessica nail shades and their formula. They usually have such rich, saturated shades, and usually I can use just two coats, which is great! This collection features six new creme shades, which might not be completely unique colors, but they are gorgeous nonetheless. The great pigmented formula, with not a streak in sight makes them even more appealing.
Availability: Jessica and select salons and spas.
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