All that yellow overload around Easter kept me thinking of incorporating a bit of sunshine in my life. Kure Bazaar nail polish is eco-friendly with 85% of the ingredients being natural.Kure Bazaar nail polish in Urban (light orange) and Kerria (bright yellow) seemed a good colors to try. In the bottle both shades appear to have tiny bits of shimmer blended throughout. On the nails the colors have more dimension even though shimmery particles are almost undetectable. Both shades are definitely on the brighter side than they look in the bottle.
A lot of nail polish brands actually avoid releasing yellow nail polish. When they do the color is always not right or too mustard like. Kure Bazaar in Kerria is the perfect bright sunny yellow shade. The color has a bit of shite to it and iridescence with makes it more special and unique. Kure Bazaar in Urban is the perfect bright tangerine orange color for spring/summer. The shade translates as very wearable light orange that is not intruding but still adds color. I also find Urban almost have a light florescent quality.
The formula is tick and opaque but easy to apply. The brush is thin, making it a bit harder not to leave streaks on application. You can get away with one coat but I like disguising my mistakes from application by layering a second coat on. Both nail polishes do not easily chip and are surprisingly long lasting. Kure Bazaar nail polish color range does not compare to Essie but does offer a decent shade range. This is a good quality nail varnish I would certainly purchase more of Kure Bazaar’s uniquely blended shades.