Lakme Color Crush Nail Art Finshes
- Pearlescent Unicorn
- Metal Finish Chrome
- Glitter-mixed effect with Glitterati
- Shimmer with dazzling microparticals
- Shimmery-matte with stargaze
U4 is a Unicorn shade and it takes two coats at least to get its accurate color. The consistency of the Unicorn shade wasn’t very thick. It was light but still managed to be very opaque, and even on its own, it looks good. But I don’t like wearing it on its own. I always end up pairing it up with G12.
G12 is a Glitterati shade with a very thick consistency and takes forever to dry. And if you apply too much of it, chances are it would just peel off. So when it comes to Glitterati shades, less is more. Another favorite from the Glitterati is G9. G9 is just so damn cute it has tiny hearts in with mixed small red and white particles.
Pros of Lakme Color Crush Nail Art
- Lot of options to mix and match.
- All the nail polishes except the Glitterati have smooth application. Glitterati shades have chunky particles to give it that extra dazzle. So it is understandable that you have to put a little bit of extra effort.
- The packaging is sturdy with a smooth applicator brush.
- Nicely coded at the top of the cap. Hence you know which bottle is from which series. M stands for the Metallic finish, G stands for Glitterati, and so on
- Easily available both offline and online.
Cons of Lakme Color Crush Nail Art
- 6ml of product costs 155 Rupees, which according to me is pretty costly.
- Some of the Glitterati shades like G12 tends to dry up in the bottle fast