You may remember Saint Germain from Part 1's swatches. Well, today, I have the second half of my Saint German polishes!
From left to right: Blue Moire, Purple Silver, and Purple Moire.
First up is Blue Moire!
Blue Moire is a GORGEOUS metallic sea blue shimmer. It is just to die for! It has such depth and really looks like a sparkling jewel. I would wear this all year round.
Next up is Purple Silver.
Purple Silver is a dusty lavender frost. I'm usually not a fan of frosts, but the brush strokes in this shade weren't terrible noticeable. I think this would be a great base for nail art and stamping.
Last up is my favorite, Purple Moire!
Purple Moire is a gorgeous deep amethyst polish with flecks of violet and blue glitter. The depth on this shade is amazing and I suspect, will be my go-to color for fall. I'm a sucker for blurples and this is NO different!
Overall, I loved the second half of these colors. They're rich and eye-catching, with a little extra something that makes them unique. The jewel tones are just stunning and it's hard to pick whether Blue Moire or Purple Moire is my favorite.
Best of all, they are highly affordable with quality that surpasses their price points. The retail price of their polishes are $3.95 and right now, on SaintGermainMakeup.com, there is free shipping for orders over $25, or at least 7 polishes! When can you really get seven high quality nail polishes for under $30 these days? And there are currently 22 shades to choose from, as well as cuticle remover, hardener, and other nail care products.
Saint Germain Paris is an affordable cosmetics collection with contemporary design and Parisian sophistication. They blend quality formulas with sleek, French-inspired packaging, which appeals to all ages and income. The initial collection offers a full range of products for face, eyes, lips and nails. Be sure to check out their Facebook page!
According to Saint Germain, All products are free of harmful chemicals, formulated for all types of skin, and available in a variety of colors and shades. I can confirm that they are 4-free via the bottle's ingredient list. Retail prices range from $2.85 - $9.95.
So now that you've seen seven shades of Saint Germain, which is your favorite?
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