Blue Addicted and Giveaway closed!

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Hello~


Have you head about the new Essence Colour&Go collection? They have released a bunch of new mini nail polishes! You can see all the new colors here.

I'm quite excited to present this polish today because it is said to be a dupe for Deborah Lippmann's Across The Universe, a polish released for Fall 2010.

So here are the pictures of "Blue Addicted".



This is a dark blue jelly packed with small blue glitters and large green and blue hex glitters!
It looks spectacular on the nails. Very shiny and festive but with a kind of dramatic dimension due to the dark base.


 
Final verdict: This is a very ocean-like polish...with its deep blue jelly and moreover you have the bling bling of the glitters that gives a more festive aspect to this polish. It is believed to be a dupe for Deborah Lippmann's Across The Universe. I don't have this polish but from what I've seen, they seem indeed really really close. The major difference is their price, I guess. Across The Universe costs $18 (for 15 mL) while Blue Addicted is around $2 (for 5mL)!
The application of Blue Addicted was a little tricky because the polish is rather thick but this is not something unmanageable. As it's a jelly, it needs 3 coats to be fully opaque.
Overall, I think it's a very nice polish that Essence launched and I'm very happy to see they make really trendy polish for also a nice price.

Is there any polishes from this new line you're interested in?



And another thing...

My Catrice Out Of Space Giveaway is now closed. I would like to sincerely thank all my followers because you are just amazing! thank you so much for reading, commenting and enjoying my blog! and wow, I nearly have 500 followers now...should I be preparing something for when I reach this new milestone?...
The winner will be chosen randomly soon! So stay tuned!

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17 comments

  1. Very pretty! I think the glitter might be a little bigger compared to ATU but it's definitely a very close dupe! I won't be picking this up because I already have the DL but I'm very excited to see some other colors of the new Colour&Go's. They're not available here yet unfortunately...

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  2. I love this!! I need it. I don't have Across THe Universe or anything that looks like it!

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  3. Wow look at all those glitters !

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  4. Wow it's so pretty!! :) I wish we had Essence here ... x

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  5. I recently bought my first essence polish and it applied like a dream. Unfortunately, my ULTA doesn't frequently restock them. I will have to go hunting for this one, though. It is gorgeous!

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  6. Love that polish :) wish essence was available here :)

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  7. I really like this one. Although I find Essence to be really hard to remove when it comes to glitter, this one is too gorgeous not to have and wear it. :)

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  8. Tiens, je ne l'ai pas encore vu celui-là... Mais il a l'air supra cute *___*
    Neeeeeeeeed it !

    Tiens question bête, t'es de quelle ville ? L'autre jour je faisais le tour des blogs suisses et je me suis demandée d'ou tu venais réellement, il me semble pas que tu me l'aies dit.

    Bisou

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  9. Thank you for this post. I have a DL 'ATU' mini that's 1/2 done...I'm glad to know I won't have to shell out $18.00 for a bottle. $2 works for me! lol

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  10. These glitters are to die for. *_*

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  11. Thanks you everyone!
    They will certainly be available in the US soon...but I haven't heard of a launching date or sth like that yet...

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  12. Je te reponds ici, c'est vrai que j'aime beaucoup blogger, mais la réponse aux commentaires est un peu chiante =(

    Ah on est "voisines" alors ^^ Je suis de GE aussi, on est pas mal de blogueuses à GE.
    Bisous =)

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  13. Héhé Je l'adore celui ci !! Et en plus il est lisse, quelle merveille <3 Contetne de découvrir ce blog, j'aime bcp !

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  14. OMG! this is totally gorgeous nail polish color! looks amazing!

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