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Saturday, 16 November 2013

Essie Maximillian Strasse Her Review

Essie Maximillian Strasse Her

Today I will be sharing a pretty Essie nail polish which I think is a great shade to wear in Spring and Winter.  Named, Maximillian Strasse Her, this colour is a gorgeous duck egg blue which is pretty unusual for me as I usually stick to pink, berry and nude shades.  This however, is a nice exception and a polish I regularly wear as it is a little different.

Maximillian Strasse Her (it's quite a mouthful!) looks great after two coats of polish and stays chip free for around 7 days when teamed with a good base and top coat. The formulation is reasonable thick so if you are in a rush you can even get away with one coat but two is always best.

This Essie polish was part of the 2013 Spring collection.  I'm not sure if it is still available anywhere but if you can find, I would definitely recommend it!

What do you think of this shade?

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  1. Hmmmm not sure about this shade, it is definitely not something I would choose my myself x

    Beautyqueenuk xx

  2. Looks nice, i think i will have to give it a try!

    Hannah Heartss xxx

  3. Ooh gorgeous. I love duck egg blue as a colour but never thought about wearing it as a polish!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

  4. My favourite nail polish of 2013! Love it :) xx

  5. I love that whole range and the steely gray blue is lovely, it reminds me a little of I don't give a Rotterdam. Xx

  6. Such a unique, pretty colour. Love it! xo


  7. I have this shade and I really like it - I also think it's appropriate for fall too.

  8. Ooooh I've literally JUST read a blog post with a picture of an almost identical Rimmel Boots sending me a subliminal message?!

    *buy me but get the cheaper Rimmel version and then just buy more of them*

    I kind of love this shade!! Also I think it's even better for Autumn than for Spring!

    Holly Mixtures



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