When I first layed eyes on the Cult Nails A Day at the Races collection I was most excited about this colour… and it did not disappoint!!!
Cruisin’ Nude is a lovely sandy light-taupe cream colour; but before you categorize it as another bland ‘nude’ polish… behold the trend-setting pink shimmer that is not only evident in the bottle, but shows quite nicely on the nail.
A nude polish is a must-have staple to any nail polish collection (big or small)… What I like about these types of polishes is that they are not only palate cleansers but they tend to wear longer and match any/all outfits and occasions (and you know how I like to be matchy-matchy). Cruisin’ Nude is the perfect polish if you’re thinking of going away for a couple of days and want a nice clean and durable palate to work with… with the added bonus of a tantalizingly pretty pink shimmer. Below are two coats followed by a coat of Seche Vite.
Cruisin’ Nude compliments absolutely everything and yet when I look at my nails, I think sand, beach, and soft beige shades… as well as a bohemian fashion style:
Ever since I saw Dominika from Confessions of a Polishaholic do this design I knew I wanted to do something like it with Cruisin’ Nude… but the particular stamp that Dominika used was hating me and I lost the fight… I opted out for BM plate #223 to add a little of my own to this stunning and yet so versatile colour:
This concludes my review of the A Day at the Races collection. Much much much thanks to Maria from Cult Nails for giving me my first review opportunity.
I will leave you with the photo that my husband Peter did from his doctor-ordered bedrest:
Which is your favourite from this collection?!?! and if you haven’t got your claws on these yet, don’t delay and click HERE to place your order!
As always, thanks for reading