Nail polish news by essie and Alessandro


Essie Striplac nail nailpolish


It’s been a long time since I introduced you to novelties regarding nail polish on the blog. Now it’s time to present you some great news that I was allowed to test. On the one hand a new Striplac set and on the other hand the new colors of the essie treat love & color collection.


essie treat love color spring collection


The Treat love & Color nail polish strengthens the nails with a breathable care formula that is enriched with collagen and camellia extract. This makes the nails stronger, this reduces soft nails and nail breakage. I especially like that only one step is necessary – you do not need a base or topcoat. enough. Now 12 new shades are available. These are the following shades:



1. 08 Loving Hue (shimmer)

2. 95 Mauve-Tivation (creamy)

3. 10 Nude Mood (sheer)

4. 30 Minimally Modest (sheer)

5. 55 Power Punch Pink (creamy)

6. 02 Tinted Love (sheer)

10. 03 Sheers to you (sheer)

11. 85 Indi-Go For It (creamy)

12. 60 Glowing Strong (creamy)

13. 40 Lite- Weight (creamy)

14. 90 On the Mauve (creamy)

15.  00 Gloss Fit (sheer)


There are different color strengths and finishes in essie’s Treat Love & Color nail polishes. In the brackets is in each case whether the nail polishes are semitransparent, creamy or shimmering. Incidentally, you’ll find übrigens in meinem letzten Blogpost dazu


striplac babyboomer set nail nail polish


Striplac is one of my favorite nail polish products (You can find my review about striplac here). Because it is super fast and lasts for a long time. It is also ideal when I, e.g. traveling is because regular nail polish can splinter quickly or even the nail itself, but not at the Striplac. Now there is again a new set for the latest nail polish trend by alessandro. In addition to colorful fresh spring colors and the natural look is back in fashion. However, not in the form of the typical Frenchlook manicure, but in a less conspicuous form. Baby boomer is the homage to the Frenchlook trend in the late 90s.





The look is achieved by first painting the nail tips (after the basecoat) with white Striplac and using a sponge to blind the transitions. Then cure the Striplac under the lamp and clean the nail again. Then the whole nail is painted in soft pink and cured. At the end still with Topcoat over and finished.









striplac babyboomer