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Item Name: Essie Bon Boy-age 0.5 oz - #1163
Type: Nail Lacquer
Weight: 62 grams - (0.14 lb)
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Bon boy-age is from the Essie Spring 2018 collection.
Bon boy-age is from the Essie Spring 2018 collection. This is the mint green nail polish I have been looking for. Not overly bright, not too blue, not muddy. In my mind this is a classic color that seems really hard to find. If you love green this is it. I just put this on my nails and it is basically opaque in one coat with a really easy formula. If you are using a thinner coat of polish or are picky it is an easy 2 coats. The dry time seems standard and the finish is quite shiny. I wore this for 4 days without chipping which might be a new record for my nails.
I love this nail polish.
I love this nail polish. It's a very, very light pink just shy of being off white, and it has a drop of a grey undertone. I love it. It's very clean and classy. It's an Essie creme and it's only streaky on the first coat. Since I always expect to apply more than one coat, it doesn't bother me. Two coats is fine, but I usually do a third for complete opacity. The wear is great, about five days or so. I don't know how it dries on its own, but under Poshe, it dries in five minutes. I don't know why the reviews are so low because I love this stuff.
I honestly cannot believe that this polish has received one of the lowest ratings of all Essie sh...
I honestly cannot believe that this polish has received one of the lowest ratings of all Essie shades on here. I absolutely love this shade; this is the perfect opaque off-white nail polish. It is NOT streaky AT ALL it is completely opaque in two coats. I don't know how people get streaking with this one, maybe cause they put two coats immediately. I apply one coat on all nails and then go to the first hand and do a second round, this way the polish dries a bit before that second layer, so maybe that helps. The first layer is streaky, but once you go over it with the second coat, it turns out completely and uniformly opaque. As a reference, this is like the off-white equivalent of Essie Fiji. I find Fiji a lot harder to apply than Pound Cake, but they both have that really strong opacity. I honestly did not have any problems with the application of Pound Cake, like I said, two coats are more than enough for a completely opaque look with no nail edges showing under and no streaking whatsoever. When I was first looking for an off-white polish, I originally picked up OPI Time-less Is More due to good reviews online. However, it was SO sheer, SO streaky and SO uneven in its application that I just had to give it away, I couldn't even keep it as a sheer. Pound Cake is what I was looking for: a great, opaque off-white shade. If you like chalky-opaque polishes and are looking for an off-white shade, this is the one for you.
I bought Pound Cake last month after seeing how beautiful it looked on my cousin.
I bought Pound Cake last month after seeing how beautiful it looked on my cousin. She's asian though, and her skin's got more color, while I'm as white as snow. I wasn't sure if it would look good on me but surprisingly it does. As other reviewers have noted it's very opaque, almost white,and to my eye looks like it has a drop of pinky beige to it. It's not a Pepto pink at all. It doesn't make me look washed out or anything; I guess it depends on the undertone your skin has. Even though I'm pale I have a golden undertone, and Pound Cake shows up well on me. For some reason I don't like it as much on my feet, but it's become my go to color for my hands. Unless I find something I like better, I would definitely repurchase.
I bought this polish because OPI's "Get Me to the Taj on Time" had a barely noticeable amount of ...
I bought this polish because OPI's "Get Me to the Taj on Time" had a barely noticeable amount of shimmer and I was looking for a shimmer-free, opaque, off-white polish and this one seemed to fit the bill. Pound Cake is pinkish, off-white and opaque. Yet, even though I buff my nails to avoid polish streaks, I got streaks. The brush was so small, it was difficult to apply the color. I did not have any problem with chipping, though.