Nubar Polished Chic Collection for Fall 2011


Nubar Polished Chic Collection for Fall 2011

This season, Nubar brings you eight new and enticing fashion forward colors of our premium carcinogen and cruelty free nail lacquer with the Polished Chic Collection. Offering contemporary colors perfect for work, casual daytime wear, and even a night out, every woman can look to Nubar’s Polished Chic Collection to update her look.

Nail Lacquer ($7.49)

  • Classic Camel Updated buff creme
  • Faded Putty Modern pale putty creme
  • Edgy Umber Deep brown creme
  • Beguiling Carmine Brick red creme
  • Vogue Vert Contemporary light green creme
  • Mod Aqua Light turquoise creme
  • Stylish Peacock Perfect teal creme
  • Elegant Indigo Sparkling blackened blue

availability: September/October 2011, bynubar.com

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Vogue Vert and Stylish Peacock are both right up my alley!

I really love Nubar’s polishes – their formula is great and glides on like butter most times. Plus I really like the shape of the bottle (if we want to get superficial. :P)

They are all gorgeous colors, but I feel like I’m already getting all of these colors in other collections this fall! I’ve never used Nubar, is their formula better than, say, Finger Paints? I think I will be sticking to their duochromes as my start to their brand!

I wonder how Nubar compares to Zoya. Is one better than the other, or are they both about the same as far as quality, color payoff, wear, etc.. Anyone know? Thanks.

None of these seem very interesting, IMO. Nubar has done “edgier” collections before (like the all-grey one, for example) and this seems pretty tame/meh in comparison. And they all look fairly dupeable. But I’d definitely like to see MOAR DUOCHROMES from them, seeing as they make those so well.

I just feel a big MEH on this collection. Can’t they throw a few interesting finishes or colors in there? Nubar, you’re one of my top three favorite brands, I’m just not feelin’ you this season.

I thought I saw another blogger mention excitement over Nubar’s upcoming Fall collection and now that I’ve seen this I’m scratching my head as to why. Nothing seems all that special :/

Not that this has anything to do with the question but does anyone else feel that the model’s nails look Photoshopped on in the ad? I have Nubar polishes but I am not really feeling very impressed with this collection as a whole.

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