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Perfect nude!! I don't find nudes boring. This is my favourite nude, opaque in 3 coats, great formula. Lovely beige tone.
I grabbed this color as soon as it got on the shelf last year.
I grabbed this color as soon as it got on the shelf last year. Looking at it now and only having worn it 2 times in my whole life this color just wasn't a winner for me. I usually love nude barely there colors, but mixed with a tan skin tone it just made my nails look dirty or something of that nature. Beautiful color, but not with tan skin!
Warm, neutral beige.
Warm, neutral beige. Nothing exciting, but if you like beige (and I do) this will do the trick. Great for when you want your nails to look polished and classy.
This color is so interesting! It honestly looks like coffee with a lot of creamer in it.
This color is so interesting! It honestly looks like coffee with a lot of creamer in it. If anyone uses OPI's Samoan Sand (which is my 'go-to' nude), this is the sliiiiightly browner / darker cousin of that polish. I can't figure out if Brooch the Subject is warm or not, so I'd say that it's simply a neutral, light mocha color. The formula is divine (liquidy but not runny) and dries super fast, so you only need 2 coats for full opacity. The first coat is streaky, but the 2nd coat evens out everything. The finish is slightly glossy, but not very much so.While it's a smidge too brown to be a true nude on me (NC25 Asian) Brooch the Subject is a lovely color nonetheless. I'd recommend this for fans of nude colors or for people who want to try brown polishes without taking the plunge into darker browns. I wear this polish a LOT because it's a chic, interesting twist to the classic "nude" and because it's mellow enough for both work and a casual day out. Plus, I love how fast it dries and its high pigmentation.
I've recently been really into nudes and neutrals (I'm usually a darks or brights kinda gal) but ...
I've recently been really into nudes and neutrals (I'm usually a darks or brights kinda gal) but this is soo beautiful! It makes my hands look very sophisticated (wont talk about the rest of me still need to tone down hair and makeup (:). Being a pale colour it is of course a rather streaky polish, and I find I need three thin coats to make it opaque, but it dries really quickly so not a problem. I'd say if your about NC/NW 15-20 this will be a very nice and suitable mannequin-nail-colour for you, and I you just like the colour: GO AHEAD. I have a feeling this is gonna be a staple product in my collection.