L’Oréal Nail Polish Haul – Confettis, Tweed & Carat Top Coats

Hi there! Today’s post is not a review. But I wanted to show off my new L’Oréal top coats. 🙂 The first four toppers (from left to right) are 926 Independence Day (red, blue and white hex glitter), 927 Splash Peach (pastel yellow and peach hex glitter), 929 Graffiti D’Amour (red, pink and white hex glittr), and 925 Mini Camouflage (black and light green hex glitter). These beauties are from L’Oréal’s Confettis top coat collection.
L'Oréal Confettis
And (from left to right) these are the remaining four pretty toppers: 919 Grace Tweed (turquoise and white feather-style bar glitter) and 917 Jackie Tweed (pale yellow, orange and light blue feather-style bar glitter) from L’Oréal’s Tweed range. And 910 Gold Carat (gold topper) and 909 Saphyr Carat (shimmery blue glitter) from L’Oréal’s Carat collection.
L'Oréal Toppers
I can’t wait to try them all! L’Oréal’s Color Riche nail polishes and top coat are £4.99 for 5 ml. But you can find quite a lot of them in discount stores. I paid 99p per topper only. 🙂

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9 thoughts on “L’Oréal Nail Polish Haul – Confettis, Tweed & Carat Top Coats

    • Who doesn’t love a sparkly topper? 😉

      I’ve never had a glitter topper go goopy, but I have to admit I rarely use toppers more than a few times befefore they disappear somewhere in the back of a drawer.

      Have you considered buying nail polish thinner? Worked perfectly for me in the past. My quick dry polishes go thick after a while, and nail polish thinner really helps. I got mine for under £2 – for a 15 ml bottle. and you only need 2 to 3 drops at a time, so the thinner help you restore lots of polishes. xx

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