SUGAR Cocoa Nail Lacquer Collection
SUGAR Cocoa Nail Lacquer Collection is the latest launch by Sugar Cosmetics and it is one collection you hardly can miss.
This collection has a total of 10 beautiful shades – browns and golds in glimmering and matte formulas. While some are the routine chic, some of these shades are really unique and are simply perfect for the winter.
And today I have 5 shades (out of 10) to show you. While I loved each and every color, I have been biased and I do have my absolute favorites already! Did I mention that these shades not only look beautiful in real but picture so damn good too?
Here are the swatches of 5 Shades from SUGAR Cocoa Nail Lacquer Collection –
Tan About Town
Show of Sands
Price – 199 ₹ – 299 ₹
Buy – here
Bridal Brown, if you have guessed already, is my first favorite. It is not super glittery or holds and tugs at any delicate fabric like other glitter polishes do. Plus, it’s a matte black with rose gold glitters. It is super stunning and works with any outfit in winter. If you are looking for some glam nails and do not like super shiny ones, then this one is for you.
Show of Sands is my second favorite. It is subtle, it is matte and has super fine glitter that is almost negligible. This one is perfect if you want everyday glam nails and don’t want to go overboard. This looks absolutely stunning outfits in blacks and whites.
Tan About Town, is my third favorite. I was looking for lip colors similar to this one and here I found a nail polish! This, again, looks stunning with outfits in black! It’s a beautiful everyday color and would be great for any occasion.
Brass Balls and Social Sepia are great colors too. While one is perfect Autumn/Winter color, another is a beautiful shade that works with almost all traditional Indian outfits.
That said, I am super impressed with this Collection. And like I said, Bridal Brown is one you can’t miss for anything at all.
Which shades have you liked most from this SUGAR Cocoa Nail Lacquer Collection? Have you tried any in this collection yet?