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Finger Paints Daubigny’s Garden

The weather has warmed up quite a bit recently, but news of a cold front keeps my optimism of warmer weather at bay. This is good ‘ol Oklahoma after all. The weather can change day-to-day with 100 degrees difference in temperature. Yes, that has happened before. I imagine how the poor trees felt with that much of a swing in temperature! I’m finishing up featuring the new shades for 2015 from Finger Paints. Here’s Finger Paints Daubigny’s Garden.

Finger Paints Daubigny’s Garden

This shade is a chameleon to me. Looking at the bottle, you see this pretty blue and possibly green glitter shade. Swipe it on by itself and its true nature is revealed — a glitter shade made up of blue, green and purple iridescent hex glitters in several different sizes suspended in a slightly tinted purple base. I think this would look best over darker colored shades like blue, black and purple. It will reflect more of what you see in the bottle with those kind of shades for the base color. Formula is thicker than all of the other shades released at the same time. Shown is one with no top coat.

Finger Paints Daubigny’s Garden (in shade)

Finger Paints Daubigny’s Garden (direct sunlight)

Finger Paints Daubigny’s Garden (close-up)

This shade should now be available in Sally Beauty Supply stores and online for $5.49.

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


5 responses

  1. Cindi

    That is such a beautiful polish in the bottle. It’s too bad it doesn’t have the same look on the nail.

    March 17, 2015 at 11:03 AM

    • It doesn’t, which is surprising! But I’m pretty sure it looks just like that on the nail over a blue shimmery shade close to the colors you see in the bottle. I think Zoya Charla is a good one.

      March 17, 2015 at 5:10 PM

  2. This clocks lovely on its own it’s very subtle yet still adds a glam edge to yours nails, love it

    March 20, 2015 at 3:38 AM

    • I usually feature glitter shades on their own no matter how light they turn out to be to show what its true nature is per se. This one would look much better over a darker shade definitely, but it’s just a hint of glitz on its own. 🙂

      March 20, 2015 at 10:28 AM

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