Avon Nailwear Pro+ nail enamel | Review and Swatches

Hi everyone!

Today I’m going to review the Avon Nailwear Pro+ nail enamel in three shades : Savage, Luxe Lavender and Wandering Rose. These are creamy pastels and very recently launched by Avon along with some other equally pretty pastel shades.

These nail polishes come in standard Avon nail paint packaging, which is a sturdy looking rectangular bottle with a black screw on cap.  They cost Rs. 149 for each 8 ml bottle and are often available on discount. Avon products can be bought from an Avon representative.

The formula of these shades is very creamy and they are almost opaque in a single coat. But you’ll need 2 coats for absolute opacity. They dry very quickly on application and easily last for a week with minimal chipping on my hands.

Now for the shades, I bought 3 very different shades. Read on for details about each color –

  1. Savage
    This is a very pretty dark green shade with some hint of teal in it. Looks very beautiful on hands and feet.img_0883img_0884
  2. Luxe Lavender
    This is my favorite shade among these three shades. It’s the perfect pastel lavender shade I have ever bought. You can easily wear this shade to office or college.img_0882
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  3. Wandering Rose
    It is a beautiful rosy pink shade.img_20161105_011746_burst4
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What I like

  1. Beautiful colors in the range
  2. Reasonably priced (often available at discounted price)
  3. Good consistency and texture, non-streaky application
  4. Color stays true
  5. Long lasting

What I don’t like

Nothing!

Rating: 5/5

-GM-

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