Saturday, May 16, 2015

Yazbukey for Shu Uemura Summer 2015 Collection Nail Colors: Review and Swatches

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Yazbukey for Shu Uemura Summer 2015 Collection Nail Colors: Review and Swatches
For Summer 2015, Shu Uemura has partnered up with the Parisian acccesory design house Yazbukey to create an utterly fun and colorful collection. Today I have some swatches of the limited edition Yazbukey for Shu Uemura Nail Colors ($20 CAD each), to see some photos, click.......
Yazbukey for Shu Uemura Summer 2015 Collection Nail Colors: Review and Swatches
Packaging:
The Shu Uemura Nail Colors come in quite unique bottles that are curved on one side and flattened on the other. For the limited edition Yazbukey collection, the front of the bottls bears a cute Yaz lips print, even the boxes for the nail polishes have a very colorful design.

Colors & Formulation:
The Yazbukey collection has four brand new polish colors, three of which I have swatched below:

Daring Burgundy: This is a deep and rich burgundy creme with great pigmentation and consistency. The polish is buttery smooth, a simple two-coater!
Gold Medalist: A warm gold shimmer, this shade is surprisingly opaque with just two coats. The finish is super sparkly and fun.
Yaz Red: This is a simple deep red. The formulation is rich and pigmented. I used two coats for the swatches below.
Yazbukey for Shu Uemura Summer 2015 Collection Nail Colors: Review and Swatches
Daring Burgundy, two coats with no top coat.
Yazbukey for Shu Uemura Summer 2015 Collection Nail Colors: Review and Swatches
Gold Medalist, two coats with no top coat.
Yazbukey for Shu Uemura Summer 2015 Collection Nail Colors: Review and Swatches
Yaz Red, two coats with no top coat.

Overall:
All three shades are absolutely superb! The formulation is smooth and buttery, even the gold is surprisingly opaque! Which of the shade three shades is your favorite?

Availability:
Shu Uemura is available online and in stores at The Bay, Sephora, and Holt Renfrew.
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