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It’s Raining Hot pink :)

I was organizing my nail paints today and then realized that I’ve too many hot pink shades in my collection J

So today I will quickly review/compare three wonderful hot pink nail paints, Lakme Color Crush (truewear) #21, Ambikapillai Hard Candy #12 and Avon Speed Dry + in Strawberry J

Rated in the order of preference!!

Application/brush quality:
  1. Avon – Thin consistency and spreads easily, quality brush!
  2. Lakme – Little thick, decent brush quality      
  3. Ambikapillai – Thin consistency, but I could see a lot of unevenness and tiny bubbles while applying over nails! Not good L

Color payoff:
  1. Ambikapillai – Just one coat is enough!
  2. Lakme – Little bright of all the three, needs two coats!
  3. Avon – Two coats required to get the right color.

Drying Time:

All three dries sooper fast J

  1. Avon  – Stays well without chipping for more than 4 days!
  2. Ambikapillai – Color fades away slowly but stays well for 4 days
  3. Lakme – Chips fast in less than 3 days!!

Nail Staining:

  1.  Avon/Lakme – Both does not stain the nails and its quite easy to remove
  2.  Ambikapillai – Stains the nails very badly L L


All three looks cool and stylish in their own way!

  1. Lakme – Available easily anywhere and everywhere!
  2. Avon – At least you can get it thru the reps!
  3. Ambikapillai – I got mine from Fashionandyou website. Honestly have not seen it anywhere else L

Price and Quantity:

  1. Lakme – 9 ml for Rs. 125 or $ 2.25
  2. Avon – 8 ml for Rs. 135 or $ 2.30
  3. AmbikaPillai – 15 ml / 0.51 US FL OZ for Rs. 200 or $ 4

Here are the swatches J J J

Lakme Color Crush (truewear) #21

Ambikapillai Hard Candy #12

Avon Speed Dry + in Strawberry

My personal favorite out of the three is Avon Strawberry J, Next is Lakme and then at last Ambikapillai!!

Which one is your choice J Please let me know in the comment section below J

How often should I file my nails?The average person’s fingernails grow about 0.08 to 0.12 inches (2 to 3 millimeters) in a month, so trimming and filing about once a week should suffice for most people When it comes to your toenails, you can relax on the amount of filing. Toenails usually grow slower than fingernails, at about 0.04 inches (1 millimeter) per month [source: American Academy of Dermatology]. 

Take care and Thanks for reading J

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