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Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in Nails & Nail Art | 4 comments

Rimmel London – 60 Seconds Nail Polish Lucky Lilac

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Rimmel London 60 Seconds Nail Polish Lucky Lilac Review

Lucky Lilac (670) is part of Rimmel’s 60 Seconds fast-drying nail polish collection, it’s a bright pinky-fuchsia shade that’s perfect for Summer. It looks quite glossy when it’s first dried but after a day or two it starts to look a bit duller, although you could add a coat or two of clear top coat for a glossy finish.




I really like this bright shade, although I do think purple nails could be considered a bit old-fashioned these days now there are so many other unusual colours available.

Rimmel London 60 Seconds Nail Polish Lucky Lilac

The nail polish brush is nice and wide, a bit like you get with an Essie polish, so you can quickly apply the colour to each nail with only 2 or 3 strokes. It lives up to its 60 Seconds name too and dries fairly quickly, I applied two coats of Lucky Lilac just before I got in the car and after driving for about five minutes it had completely dried.

The colour is quite opaque, 2 coats is adequate to completely cover each nail, although it does show any imperfections or ridges through the polish so make sure you have buffed your nails first or applied a good thick base coat to smooth out each nail bed.

UPDATE 19th August 2017 – Rimmel Lucky Lilac is no longer available, the closest match I can find is Orly Nail Polish in La Vida Loca, priced at £11.99 from Superdrug.

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4 Comments

  1. I love Rimmel polishes! They don’t last long for me but they’re so inexpensive and I looooove the brushes so I don’t even mind. I bought this shade a while back and it’s a little warm-toned for my preferences for my fingers but I adore it on my toes!

    • Nailbox is a great way of trying new on-trend nail polishes without spending too much money! xx

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