Maybelline Color Show bright Sparks Nail paints – Power of Red and Spark of Steel
Dr. Preeti Chauhan
Hi Girlies !
Maybelline New York has just launched 8 new shades in the Color Show range by the name Bright Sparks,inspired by the New York Fashion Week .Though not all are sparkly but yes they are bright and eye catchy .The range includes glamorous shades like Glowing Wine, Power of Red, Firewood Brown, Blazing Blue, Flash of Coral, Spark of Steel, Burnished Gold and Molten Maroon. I loved all of them but brought home these two lovelies that I have reviewed below .
PRICE – They are not evenly priced .The Spark of steel was for Rs 85/- while the Power of Red was priced at Rs 100/- .
I also like the shape – a compact small cylinder – very contemporary and takes less space .
My thoughts about Maybelline Color Show bright Sparks Nail paint – Power of Red
A nice true red , very bright and will do justice to all skin tones .
A tomato Red with a glossy finish.
One swipe was enough to give colour .
Dries very fast probably 15-20 seconds .
It leaves a stain while cleaning so you have to be careful .
My thoughts about the Maybelline Color Show bright Sparks Nail paint Spark of Steel
This is a Steely grey colour with hints of blue .
It has fine shimmer and gives a sophisticated look .
This is great shade for night outs .
Though shimmers are a pain to take off but this one dries fast and also is easy to take off .
This makes my skin look paler and slightly darker.
This is how they look on my nails and I apologize for the slightly improper application( that is why I am not a nails person! ).Never mind the application, the Red will surely brighten up your look in a jiffy and the Steel grey actually made my fingers look a tad bit darker and also cyanosed though I love it for the shimmery and cool tone.
I did not have the time to paint all my fingers ,but this will give you a good idea
Final Verdict – Pocket friendly prices, easily available, easy to carry and quite beautiful shades .I give it a 4.8/5 .
Which one have you tried from the gorgeous 8 shades available in the Bright Sparks Range ?