• Emily de Molly

    No Love Lost
  • High Elbow

    Crummock Water
  • Dots!

  • Pocket Money Polishes - I Want Candy

  • Pocket Money Polishes Magic

    Gradient: Chanel Paradoxal and Dior Waterlily
  • Emily de Molly - Serenity

  • Fellrunning

    Dryburn Moor
  • Elevation Polish - Opal

  • Darling Diva Polish - Serendipity

  • Derwentwater

  • Pocket Money Polishes - Summertime

  • Nail Lacquer UK

    Eat My Cake
  • Scofflaw - Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

  • Hodge

  • Chanel - Taboo and Peridot

  • Chanel - Bel-Argus and Azure

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Bourjois BC Beige

Bourjois BC Beige
Bourjois BC Beige

Just a quick share of a lovely neutral shade I picked up in Boots recently. This is one of the newer Bourjois SO Laque polishes, BC Beige. I love pale, creamy neutral shades and I couldn't resist this one when I saw it (and it's slightly darker sister, Taupe Modele, which I'll post about soon).

This is three thin coats with Seche Vite quick dry top coat. Bourjois is one of my favourite UK high street brands; the application and formula are generally very good and they have a great range of colours. In terms of colour, BC Beige is a bit cooler and more olive-grey than OPI My Vampire is Buff and a bit lighter than Rescue Beauty Lounge Jane, which is a firm favourite of mine in this colour family.

Bourjois BC Beige

Bourjois BC Beige
Bourjois BC Beige
All these pictures are indoors near a window in indirect but strong sunlight and show the colour at its warmest. Outdoors and away from the window the polish looks a slightly cooler tone.

I purchased Bourjois BC Beige from my local Boots.