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Max Factor Glossfinity – Desert Sand


Oh my goodness! I’m afraid it’s love again with the new nail polish range from high street fave Max Factor – Glossfinity. This is Desert Sand.
The Glossfinity range is, in general, a one coat wonder but as this is a sheer (and perfect!) shade I opted for 2 coats to get the full beauty of the colour.
In my eyes, this is the perfect nude. It is soft, flattering and looks so expensive. I think I could definitely pass this off as a Dior or Chanel number. Easily!
The Glossfinity formula is absolutely brilliant. I road-tested a dark red (Burgundy Crush) – one coat, one week, no top coat and was thoroughly impressed with its performance. Check that out here.
Max Factor Glossfinity will be available from December 2012, ยฃ5.99.
PR sample

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4 Responses to Max Factor Glossfinity – Desert Sand

  1. Bright Town Girl November 14, 2012 at 9:14 am #

    oooh! this is gorgeous. x

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  2. Sascha BG November 14, 2012 at 10:28 am #

    That’s such a gorgeous shade! I’ve just started to develop a thing for nude nails so I’ll definitely check this shade out xx

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  3. Fran Leanne November 14, 2012 at 5:13 pm #

    Really like this colour!


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  4. sophiebeauty November 14, 2012 at 5:27 pm #

    This is such a lovely shade, haven’t used Max Factor polishes before, will be hunting this down! x

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