Nail Files: Majolica Majorca's BE218 Review

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

My most recent nail color was Majolica Majorca's BE218. I won this during the Psychedelicious event. So when my mom planned for us to have a salon trip, I thought I should bring this with me so I can use it and flaunt the color.
I think the bottle was really chic in its own way. I love how Majolica Majorca's crown trademark and the significant letter is embossed on the glass. It also has its gold emblem on top. The shape of the bottle is not the usual box type or the usual pyramid-shaped glass. So the bottle would really stand out.

I actually kept the polish for months and I was afraid that it might have dried or got sticky like the regular polishes do when it got stuck for too long. But surprisingly, it didn't. It was still like the brand new polish I received when I won it in the raffle.
(Photo: Polish Police)
I was given to choose the color during the raffle. So I chose BE218 because it has that neutral and pinkish color that is not too striking but still glimmers in its own way. The perfect description for its color is, like what Polish Police said, it is peachy beige frost.
What usually makes me in love with the nail polish is when it somehow brightens or compliments my skin color and Majolica Majorca's BE218 never disappointed me. The color is perfect for those who prefer neutral tones. My beautician also put white strips on my nails like French tips. It actually made the color stand out even more.

I will be experimenting with a lot of nail colors soon!

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