Here’s what I think we should do now. We should look at swatches of a smashingly large part of the core collection of YSL polish. Why? Because they’re soooo beautiful. Please join me and enjoy this 15,000-worth of words.
ysl polish: spring look 2014
YSL Rose Scabosia 48 (limited edition)
YSL Rouge Pablo 49
ysl polish: core swatches
YSL Orange Fusion 2
YSL Prune Minimale 7
YSL Fuchsia Cubitste 8
YSL Fuchsia Intemporel 9
YSL Fuchsia Intemporel 9 + YSL Pop Coat 2 (from the limited edition spring 2013 YSL La Laque Couture Tie & Dye Top Coat collection)
YSL Violine Surrealiste 14
YSL Beige Leger 22
YSL Gris Deco 23
YSL Rose Abstrait 24
YSL Noir Primitif 27
YSL Noir Primitif 27 + YSL Ice Coat 4 (LE Tie & Dye)
YSL Rouge Expressioniste 32
YSL Beige Gallery 39
Is YSL polish worth $27 a bottle? Yep. You know why? Because it’s truly a luxury that’ll make you smile every single time you look down at your nails.
If you missed it when it came out last year, our Montreal friend Ommorphia did a lovely Tie & Dye review that you can check out here.
Do you have any YSL polish in your collection? If yes, how many shades? What's your favourite? If no, why not??
Manicures and photographs by Karen Falcon (more tea please!) ©2014 BEAUTYGEEKS/imabeautygeek.com