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NYC Long Wearing Nail Enamel in 156 Pink Champagne Review

By Apoorva @perksofbeauty

What Does The Brand Say about the NYC Long Wearing Nail Enamel ?
You work hard, so your manicure should work hard too.
Fashion up your nails and treat yourself to instant glamour with NYC Long Wearing Nail Enamel. These luxurious shades will resist any daytime or nighttime drama. Be glamorous; be beautiful with this glossy, high-shine finish that lasts. Get ready to work hard - play hard in the city that never sleeps!
$0.99 at Walmart

High-shine finish that lasts
Gives nails a hard, smooth, chip-resistant surface
Covers imperfections for a perfect manicure look
UV filters prevent color fading

To start off, I adore the shade. the shade is so pretty. The nail paint has tiny glitter particles which are quite nice when applied. The applicator is not a good one. The brush is tiny and you need to swipe atleast 3-4 times to paint a single nail. You are not supposed to put any pressure as it makes the nail paint look streaky and patchy. For the price you pay, you do get a lot of quantity. The NYC long wearing nail enamel doesn't smell so bad and it dries up pretty fast. This particular shade is a really light shade and I recommend applying atleast 3 times to get the right shade. Though 3 coats seem like a lot, but it doesn't appear heavy on the nails at all. It infact gives a gel like finish and I love it. The only con that I can think of is that the weartime. The NYC Long Wearing Nail Enamel isn't really long wearing. It chips off from day-3 and by the end of the week, you will have to remove and repaint the nails. Also, the shade variants are not many and they are all almost the existing shades in the beauty world and nothing really fancy/new.
But I am sure that the first 3 days make you want to own some more from this range.

This is just a single coat of the NYC Long Wearing Nail Enamel in shade Pink Champagne.

MY RATING: 3.5/5

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