Orly this February brings you two new collections that are total opposites. One collection the Orly Blush Collection 2014 is all about feminine natural beauty with six shades of cremes and shimmers. The other collection, the Orly Gel FX Collection Spring 2014 is all about glitter jelly like lacquers that are more brighter and bolder than the Blush collection.
First up the Orly Blush Collection 2014. Here are the following shades, four of which are cremes and two are shimmers.
Naked Canvas- A very light nude with pearlescent shimmer
Cheeky- Dusky coral creme
First Blush- Deep pink creme
Dare to Bare- Dusky pink creme
Classic Contours- Mauve creme
Flawless Finish- A pale pastel with gold shimmer
The lacquers found in the Gel FX collection seem more vibrant than the Blush collection that is more muted colors than anything else yet similar to last year's Gel FX collection. Here are the available shades:
It's Not Me It's You- Hot pink
Spark- Bright yellow
Steel Your Heart- Shimmer black
Prelude To A Kiss- Pale baby pink
Girly- Bubblegum pink shimmer
Gumdrop- Dark sky blue
All in all a pretty decent collection to add to your nail wardrobe. Both collections will be available as of Feb 15 at all Orly retailers as well as Sephora stores. The Blush collection has a price point of $4.25 for individual bottles or you can purchase the 6 piece set for $24.90. The Gel FX collection has a price point of $12.95 for each individual bottle and will also be available at all Orly salons and retailers.
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