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N.Y.C. Persistent Putty

Today’s shade is one that has been released by many brands, one slightly different from the other. Some are lighter, some are darker. Some have a hidden shimmer to it even. It’s a trend that I was made aware of when Deborah Lippmann released Waking Up In Vegas. This shade from N.Y.C. is darker and not straight up putty-ish even when the name indicates as such, but that’s just my opinion. Here is Persistent Putty.

N.Y.C. Persistent Putty

I want to say this shade has some kind of purple in it that makes it darker than what I expect of a shade that’s called putty. Then again, I am used to seeing putty as a greyish white or an off-white with a hint of grey. It went onto my nails smoothly and dries in the time frame expected from a creme shade. Shown is 2 thin coats with no top coat.

N.Y.C.Persistent Putty (in shade)

N.Y.C.Persistent Putty (direct sunlight)

N.Y.C.Persistent Putty (close-up)

This shade is just one of the 14 limited edition shades released by N.Y.C. New York Color. Shades from this line are supposed to stay on nails for up to 7 days. It includes strengthening minerals such a an ultra-nourishing blend of Iron and Calcium that gives nails a smooth, chip resistant surface and strengthens nails by up to 50% in just 5 days. It also has Pro-Vitamin B5 that makes nail up to 40% longer and UV Inhibitor as a sun-protective barrier that makes dull, faded color a thing of the past.

This retails for $2.49 each and is available in chain drugstores and mass merchandisers nationwide.

*Products in this review have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


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