The perfect neutral Blue

ILNP Peri Me

When I was in high school there was this one Chanel polish I always resorted to whenever I needed something neutral and chic: Chanel Violette. It is a muted mauve shimmer. I even dare to say frost because it’s heavily prone to brush strokes! It’s so weird because usually I prefer cremes to shimmers and brush strokes are always annoying, aren’t they?? My polished heart works in mysterious ways sometimes. I took a picture of the bottle before I shook it up so you can see that half of the bottle is gone. That’s groundbreaking for me and my huge stash!

Chanel Violette

Although I still adore Chanel Violette I haven’t worn it for ages (395 untrieds … need I say more?). But recently I came across a polish that totally reminds me of it in terms of its neutral appearance and versatility. It is ILNP Peri Me, a periwinkle holographic. It’s so subtle and delicate and I feel like it can be worn with almost every piece of my wardrobe. If the word periwinkle wasn’t available I would describe the color as light denim blue and come on, denim goes with everything! I think that blue has great neutral qualities in general. For example I was perfectly ok with the inclusion of OPI Miss Piggy’s Big Number in the OPI Soft Shades Collection Muppets Most Wanted.

ILNP Peri Me

ILNP Peri Me

On the pictures I’m wearing 2 coats of ILNP Peri Me on all nails except on my index finger where I applied 2 coats of ILNP Fame. Peri Me is from this year’s spring collection. The formula is flawless.

ILNP Peri Me

ILNP Peri Me, Chanel Violette

To conclude, ILNP Peri Me is my new Chanel Violette 🙂 What is your go-to polish for an understated yet stylish look?
XOXO Elektra

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