Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Chanel Le Vernis Rose Fusion 757 and Lame Rouge Noir top coat nail polish REVIEW and swatches

Taking a quick break from my beauty-no-buy, I stopped by a Chanel boutique on my recent San Francisco visit and purchased two nail polishes. I hadn't planned to purchase a nail polish, but after swatching it in stores I fell in love with Rose Fusion and Lame Rouge Noir top coat.

Chanel Le Vernis Rose Fusion 757 and Lame Rouge Noir top coat, $27 each
Rose Fusion 757 is a metallic pink champagne shade. I would say it looks quite like bronzy rose gold. It is quite opaque in one coat, but looks great with two especially in certain lights. Above, I have two coats of Rose Fusion with one coat of Lame top coat.
Lame Rouge Noir top coat is a clear coat with a hint of red/burgundy shade. Then there is very subtle shimmers and larger flecks of gold.

When Lame Rouge Noir is placed on top of the Rose Fusion polish, it lends a slightly redder tone to the polish. The gold flecks are also subtly present on the nail. 

Application/texture: Rose Fusion was opaque after one coat and was very easy to apply. No streaking despite being metallic as long as you carefully paint your nails in similar directional strides. Despite having flecks of gold, it does not feel gritty.
Lasting power: It was great for 5 days before minor chips occur on the tip of nail.
Overall: I really love these two shades. Rose Fusion is very pretty and easy to apply. Lame Rouge Noir top coat is a versatile top coat and creates very pretty combination with your existing polishes. 



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