Inglot O2M Breathable Nail Enamel No 645 Review, Photos, Swatches
11 ML/0.37 US FL OZ.
What the Inglot website says:
High technology is revolutionizing the nail beauty through a new polymer KS-02 designed for the contact lenses.
Does Not Contain:
– dibutyl phthalate (DBP).
The use of new polymer:
– significantly increases the oxygen permeability.
of the varnish films (until 54 cm3/sec).
– improves the permeability to water vapour.
– facilitates the varnish spreading.
– reduces the film tightness.
Not tested on animals.
Hello IMBB Cuties,
Today, I am reviewing this Inglot O2M Breathable Nail Enamel No. 645. I spotted this range of nail enamels recently at the Inglot store; though they have always been there, but I just didn’t notice them! This pretty blue colour caught my attention immediately, and I’m glad it did.
The shade is a pretty, bright turquoise-sea-blue kind of colour with a frost finish. I have not seen this kind of colour in any other brand, except maybe Colorbar, which used to have a blue-peacocky shade sometime ago, though I’m not sure if it’s still available. Recently, of course, we all know that Avon has the shade Blue Shock from their neon colour range, but that is much sheerer than this, and is not a close dupe even though from the same colour family.
The main attraction of this range of nail polishes are their “breathability.” They are said to contain a special substance called polymer and this is the description that I got from the dictionary, “a substance that has a molecular structure built up chiefly or completely from a large number of similar units bonded together.”
The bottle is different from their regular square nail polish bottles, it’s a rectangular kind of bottle with curvy edges and the nail polish is contained inside an inner glass filling, so the actual quantity you get is less than what it actually looks like. With their regular nail polishes, what you see is what you get, as far as quantity goes.
The polish is quite opaque and gives excellent coverage with 2 coats, and the brush is very nice and even, and allows ease of application. It also has less typical nail polish smell than regular nail polishes.
Pros of Inglot O2M Breathable Nail Enamel No 645:
– It’s a nice, trendy, colour – the kind which are in vogue these days.
– It has a “breathable” formula.
– Gives opaque, non-streaky coverage.
– Spreads easily, smoothly and evenly.
– Didn’t cause any discolouration on my nails after removal, in fact, my nails looked better than what they do normally after using other nail paints.
– Remained on my nails for 7 days without chipping (though the usual fading through wear and tear was there).
– Doesn’t have as strong a smell as other nail polishes.
– Inglot does not test their products on animals.
Cons of Inglot O2M Breathable Nail Enamel No. 645:
– Price is on the high side.
– This particular shade is a matter of personal choice.
– The entire shades in this range are not available, only about say 20 out of over 50 shades as shown on the Inglot website.
A nice, fashionable shade with good colour pay-off and excellent quality.
4.5 on 5.
Would I Buy It Again?
Sure, maybe in another shade though.
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