SpaRitual Eye For Detail
Yesterday I reviewed Modern Craftsman, and today I’m wearing another polish from the same collection, SpaRitual Eye For Detail.
It is a pearlescent, shimmery pale gold colour. The official SpaRitual information describes it as a cream colour. But I think it has too much sparkle and glow to be considered a cream. It is definitely a gold.
It’s more sheer than yesterday’s purple polish, and needed three coats. However, I think you could probably easily use two if you had shorter nails or weren’t worried about the nail line showing through.
These, again, are the six colours in the Pause collection:
- Eye For Detail – a pearlescent light gold/cream with gold shimmer
- Hand Made – a copper and gold glitter
- Artisan – a deep red with gold flecks
- Modern Craftsman – a plum with red glitter
- Bespoke – a gunmetal with micro glitter
- Intricate – a satin navy shimmer
Eye For Detail is probably not a colour I would automatically choose. From this collection, I’m much more keenly drawn to the blue, purple and red. And generally those are my kind of colours. But there’s something very magical about this polish. It has a brilliance and luminosity about it that I haven’t come across before. If it doesn’t often make it to my fingernails, I will definitely sport it on my toenails. I already have it lined up to complement a black Christmas party dress I have which has touches of gold in it.
The Pause collection is out now and you can buy it from the UK SpaRitual website or the US SpaRitual website. Bottles are priced at £9.75 (UK), or considerably less if you are a trade customer.
- Colour: three coats of SpaRitual Eye For Detail
- Top coat: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri
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SpaRitual Eye For Detail shown in this post was sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.
What an interesting color. Its nice.