Jules from Deco Miami is a mix of luxury and sass and I love it! From her sophisticated art deco style bottles to her on trend and giggle-worthy names, it’ always fun to see what she comes up with next. Her latest release features four cool shades; let’s check them out!
The newly released shades include 3 cremes and a pretty jelly with an opal sheen. I typically don’t do macros for creme polishes so you’ll only be seeing a macro for Moonstone.
Baésame Mucho is a pink mauve creme. This is a shade I can wear all year long, trespassing seasonal boundary lines, not that I personally have any. I’m wearing two coats with a glossy top coat.
Here’s Frenchie! This is a cool lavender creme. I used three coats to reach opacity and topped with a glossy top coat.
I’m Spiritual is a Taupe Sage creme, it leans more towards taupe on me with a green underbelly if that makes sense. I’m wearing two coats with a glossy top coat.
I’ve been on a bit of a watercolor kick as of late. I satisfied this with a stone look over I’m Spiritual using black and White acrylic paint and Deco’s Champagne Mami for touches of rose gold.
Moonstone is my top pick from Jules’ new releases. While I absolutely love “I’m Spiritual”, there’s something about the subtle iridescent shift of Moonstone. This is a pale offwhite jelly base with a soft pink iridescent shimmer. I’m wearing three thin coats, it builds nicely after the first light coat. I added a glossy top coat to seal and shine.
I had no issues to report with these polishes; great formula, consistency, and opacity. The brush handle might take a bit taking used to for some, but I didn’t find them challenging to work with.
Price: 6 mL – $8.00 // 14.8 mL – $12.00
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