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I ended up chipping my nails because I was doing some cleaning in my room the other day and the polish started to peel off :( . So I figured I would just take it all off and paint on a new color. To keep with the Valentine`s Day theme I went through all my pink polishes and, oh boy, I realized I have way too many pinks. I`m definitely not going to buy anymore pinks. I ended up going with <strong>Cameron</strong> a polish from <strong>Julep</strong>. I actually received this polish quite a long time ago in my <strong>Julep Maven</strong> introductory box.
<strong>Cameron</strong> is a bright/hot pink polish with a creme finish that Julep describes as an <strong>"energetic, summer pink"</strong>. I agree that it would be a great color to wear during summer, but I don`t necessarily follow the seasons when I`m painting my nails. The opacity on this was pretty good. It wasn`t completely opaque on the first coat, but a second coat fixed that. It applied really smooth and at first I was liking the formula, but as I continued to paint my nails I noticed it was really runny. It started running down the brush and it started to pool. So I tried to pick up less polish, but then it wouldn`t be enough polish to give my nails a smooth coat. The formulation was a little tricky to work with, but besides that, the polish applied really nice and smooth without any streaks. The color isn`t anything special; I`m sure I can find a similar bright pink polish. A Julep polish usually retails for <strong>$14</strong>.
<strong>What`s on my nails?</strong>
<dd>- 1 coat Sally Hansen Hard as Nails
- 2 coats Julep Cameron
- 1 coat Seche Vite</dd>
<em>Have you tried Cameron? Do you have any favorite Julep polishes?</em>
[images are mine]