From left to right: Daisy days, Port-a-loo blue, Go wild-er-ness, Tangerine tent and Bestival blue.
“Introducing the new festival inspired, music fuelled #RIMMELCOLOURFEST lip and nail collection by Rimmel London and Rita Ora. Bring the glamour to Glasto, verve to V Fest and sass to Secret Garden Party with summer’s hottest flower power shades.”
If you’re a lover of Rimmel 60 Seconds Super Shine then this collection is for you, Colourf9est polishes have the exact same qualities:
High impact colour for ultra-shiny finish.
3 in 1 technology for up to 10 days wear.
One stroke, precise application.
This is a beautiful colour, the best way to describe this sorbet lemon as it’s not quite pale enough to be pastel. As with all Rimmel colours the coverage is superb.
Words cannot stress how beautiful this colour is, this is definitely a turquoise colour and at times can look rather green when next to other blues. I got so many compliments on this colour.
It’s safe to say I felt rather cute wearing this colour. This is the type of colour that would work well as an under colour to an iridescent topcoat.
This colour had some serious pow power, I used Daisy days for the accent.
This colour was gorgeous power blue but was still so vibrant. I had several comments from customers on what a lovely shade I as wearing.
This was only a small portion of the colours available in the Colourfest range, but these five colours really stuck out the most to me. This collection is amazing for festivals as it has so many bold and vivid colours. See you in the next post.