Today I have a NOTD post for you, today's NOTD or nail of the day is Essie's Sunday Funday, a lovely coral colour with a hint of shimmer running through it, a perfect spring/summer shade.
Sunday Funday was part of Essie's Summer 2013 collection and I have had it since it's release and it is still lovely to apply and not gloopy at all. I love the brush on the Essie polishes it is a nice wide brush making application much easier. I applied 3 coats of Sunday Funday allowing each coat to dry fully in between and then I applied 1 coat of my holy grail top coat, the Orly Glosser top coat (available to buy here) giving my nails a lovely opaque and very glossy finish.
I really love coral shades on my nails for the spring and summer and this is a beautiful colour, it does have a very subtle shimmer running through it which if you look very closely you can see in the photograph. I've been a big fan of Essie polishes for many years now and will continue to purchase them, I can get a lot of wear from an Essie polish and Sunday Funday lasted for 6 days on my nails before it started to chip, I actually took a photograph of my nails on day 6 just a couple of hours before they chipped.
As you can see there is a gap round the base of the nail where I've had some re growth but the nail polish isn't chipped at all, please also excuse my cuticles they were in dire need of sorting out in this photograph, but it does show you how well the polish lasted on my nails.
I really like Essie nail polishes, they apply well and with my Orly glosser top coat I do get a good amount of wear time from them, and they have an extensive shade range which is great, there is definitely something for everyone.
Essie polishes can be bought in store at Boots and Superdrug but if you, like me shop online and would like to purchase Sunday Funday online you can find it online at Superdrug, Boots and Nail Polish Direct.
Do you like Essie polishes? Which is your favourite?
Thank you for reading, much love as always,