Monday, January 25, 2016

Duri Nail Polish is the Longest Lasting Polish I have Used!

I love keeping my nails polished, but as a busy mom and nurse I hate nothing more than a polish that chips after a day or so. I definitely need something more long lasting and I have even had the home gel manicures chip within a few days. I was recently asked to try a Valentines shade collection from Duri Nails, and I have been extremely impressed.

At first I was a little scared when I applied the nude polish that I received as it was a very light coat and I was not sure if the color would really show. However, after a second coat, I was happy with the results. I did not apply a base or top coat at all. 

Day 5 and my polish still looks awesome...just a few chips to the top of two nails...otherwise totally flawless manicure.

A week later and my nails still look really good! There are a few chips but nothing that is so bad that I would not still wear it out- and that is saying a lot because chipped polish is a huge pet peeve of mine! At this point I am more concerned about the nails growing out than I am about the minor chips. This is seriously the longest lasting polish I have ever used, and I am completely hooked! 

At only $6 a bottle, you can not beat this polish! It wear like a much more expensive polish, and I am thrilled to have found them! Think about purchasing some pretty reds and pinks for your sweetie this Valentines Day and make her a happy lady! 

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