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Bourjois 1 Seconde Nail Polish in 'God Save the Green'

Bourjois 1 Seconde Nail Polish in 'God Save the Green' with green nail art

I had to go out and buy a new polish this weekend as there was nothing in my collection that was tickling my fancy. I've really been liking opaque creamy polishes with no shimmer or sparkle to them. It's just one of those odd nail phases I tend to go through. I picked up this rather pleasing shade at my local Superdrug.
Teal nail art with glitter and gems

My first thought of  the Bourjois 1 Seconde Nail Polish in 'God Save the Green' is that it leans towards being a more autumn/winter colour than a summer colour; which is originally what I went looking for. It's a deep teal colour that is the perfect mix of blue and green. I really like all shades of teals and turquoise; most of my clothes end up being those colours without intentional thought. This polish will go perfectly with the vast majority of my wardrobe. 

Bourjois 1 Seconde Nail Polish in 'God Save the Green' with green nail art

The Bourjois 1 Seconde Nail Polish seems to last well as I painted my nails three days ago and have only experienced minor chipping at the edge. On the bottle it states that the polish has a silicone gel texture with which I can agree with. It has a high shine glossy finish to it reminiscent of gel polish.

I think I will be purchasing of this range in the future!

Louise x x


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