Review: Etude House Petit Darling Nails Matte No.1 Ceylon Tea Beige

26. June 2013
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Here is the last review for the products from my W2Beauty haul from last month: it’s Etude House’s Petit Darling Nails Matte Nail Polish. (I will review the samples from this haul, too, but I don’t know when…:D). You can have a look at the haul here and the reviews for Etude House Kissful Tint Choux in Tangerine and Skinfood’ s Vita Water Drop CC Cream are here and here :)
The Etude House Petit Darling Nails Matte are available in 11 different colors. I ordered No1 called Ceylon Tea Beige. at W2Beauty you can order 6 of the 11 colors.
As the name of these polishes says, they’re supposed to have a matte appearance after applied on the nails. I was really curious about the outcome, because I always wanted to have a matte nail polish. Ceylon Tea Beige is a beige/flesh colored shade. The brush is small and thin, but the application of the nail polish works great with it.
One thick coat of the nail polish results in a good color and nice matte effect, but partly the white of your nails still is visible. With two thinner coats you get a more opaque result. Nevertheless, I  discovered that if you put the second layer after some hours onto the first, it may be, that you loose the matte effect. You’ll loose it anyways after a day which is a little bit sad ;_; Of course it doesn’t mean, that they look suddenly as shiny as normal nail polish, but they simply shine more…perhaps the use of hand cream and touching fatty things is also contributing to that effect, which is logical somehow…
Nevertheless, I like this nail polish, the color is very natural/ nude and it dries fast, too. I’d which they would offer the other colors at W2Beauty because I’d like to try some of the other brownish shades :)
Each bottle costs US$ 3.63 at W2beauty. If you use my link or the sponsor code 088505 for registration at W2Beauty you’ll get a 5.00 $ voucher after registration. The other products I mentioned above are available there, too. You can use the voucher immediately for purchases from $ 30 onwards.
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  • Lisa 26. June 2013 at 16:10

    I’ve been wanting nude polish for awhile now. Too bad about the matte effect disappearing after a day.

    • Fräulein Schnee 26. June 2013 at 16:12

      This is a nice nude/ flesh colored nail polish though…Wish they will bring up some more colors. I’d like to try a brown matte color, too.

  • Ronrinesu 26. June 2013 at 18:12

    This looks gorgeous on your hand!

  • Vanessa 26. June 2013 at 22:03

    Wow,this color is sooo beautiful.*__*
    I really like your blog. Maybe follow each other on bloglovin?
    Let me know follow you then back.
    Lovely greets Nessa

    • Fräulein Schnee 27. June 2013 at 8:57

      Oh, thank you! Of course we can follow each other :) makes me happy that you like my blog.

  • Laura Jones 26. June 2013 at 23:17

    It’s a perfect nude color for you! how does it compare in quality to well known western polishes? like, essie or opi or?

    • Fräulein Schnee 27. June 2013 at 9:10

      Honestly, I don’t a single essie or opi nail polish XD. The quality is okay though. Comparable to berry M nail polishes I would say. Formee personally nail polishes chip off after 2 days anyway because of my work in the lab :D

  • Chee Z 26. June 2013 at 23:50

    Love this beige nude colour! I’m very interested in matte nail polishes recently, this one is very pretty I love the matte bottle! But too bad it doesn’t stay matte for too long :P maybe use a matte top coat over it?

    • Fräulein Schnee 27. June 2013 at 9:11

      The milky bottle is really cute *_*
      You could actually put a matte coat on top, but then again you can use any other nail polish as well…

  • Melissa 27. June 2013 at 2:24

    Cute color. I like the bottle.


    • Fräulein Schnee 27. June 2013 at 9:12

      The bottle is really pretty. I like the milky glass it has :) thanks for commenting :)

  • Rhia 27. June 2013 at 11:08

    I love Etude House nail polishes! >.<

    • Fräulein Schnee 27. June 2013 at 11:11

      I will buy more Etude House polishes now, too :D

  • Carmen C 27. June 2013 at 13:36

    I love beige nail polishes. I find them so flattering. However, I have yet to try a matte polish. This is on my wishlist now!!

    • Fräulein Schnee 27. June 2013 at 13:38

      I hope I’ll be able to buy more of these matte polishes. I’d like to try some more earth-y shades :) Thanks for commenting!

  • Yomi 27. June 2013 at 15:42

    It’s good that you and so many other likes it…

    But personally I think this is too nude..

    • Fräulein Schnee 27. June 2013 at 15:47

      If one doesn’t like nude nail polish colors, this one isn’t the best choice, I agree. Thanks for commenting, dear :D

  • Becky Shan 27. June 2013 at 16:43

    nice! would you like to follow each other in gfc and bloglovin? let me know!

    • Fräulein Schnee 27. June 2013 at 23:42

      Thank you for commenting :) I’ll check your blog :)

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