Sunday, April 8, 2012

Ambar Glamorous Nail Polish in M-64 and M-70 Review

Guest Post by Chand

I am not sure if you have been introduced to the brand Ambar cosmetics. I remember Ambar from the time I was a little girl for its nail polishes. An Indian brand with its origin in Mumbai, has a very vast collection of shades.

Ambar has mini version of the nail polish bottles. For a person like me who gets bored of a color very soon, these mini bottles are very handy. Also, these mini nail polishes are damn cheap, Rs.15 per bottle.

The glass bottle has a short brush applicator that helps in applying the polish easily. However, there have been times when I have felt that the brush streaks. The quality of the polish is also pretty good. It stays for a good 5 days on my nails.

One thing I noticed is, there is no much information about the product provided on the bottle. And the shades have no names. They are only numbered. Though not a must have product, it is a must try product at least once.

I bought shades in M-64 and M-70.

M-64: This is a pretty shade in pink. The pink is a very eye-catching color with no shimmers. It gives a little glossy finish.

M-70: This is a shade in peach. The polish has shimmers in it and is more of a transparent color. 2 coat of the polish does not give a full color on the nails.

Pros of Ambar Glamorous Nail polish:
- Good brush and polish quality.
- Wide shade collection.
- Very cheap pricing.
- Some shades have shimmers.

Cons of Ambar Glamorous Nail polish:
- Brush streaks. (I am still not sure about this. It could be the problem in the way I apply.)
- Shades have no name. Only numbers.
- No much details of the product is provided.


Will I repurchase Ambar Glamorous Nail Polish?
Yes. I want some more shades in these tiny bottles.

About the Author:

Chand is a working mother of an active 10 month old daughter with a passion for blogging and loves to share her wonderful experiences with one and all.

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