Thumb’s nails of the month: W7 Wild Blue

Thumb’s nails of the month: W7 Wild Blue

Hi everybody, dear readers and loyal subbies,

I should have posted this post several days ago, but some exciting things are currently happening in my life. So therefor blogging has been put on a bit of a hold.  However today I really wanted to post! This months nail polish is from the brand W7 and is called Wild Blue.

W7 is an affordable brand and they often sell products that tries to mimic high end brands.  In my opinion this polish look like a polish from the brand OPI. The way the bottle is designed and even the lid is very OPI.

As you might see from the photo’s, the color is a metallic cool blue which is mesmerizing. However I struggled a bit with the application of the polish. The brush is teeny tiny and you really have to apply 3 layers of the polish to make the color opaque.

My over all thoughts are the following

Thumbs up for

Price just 2,95 euro’s


Quick drying

Thumbs down for


Small Brush

Smell. Very strong polish smell. Not sure how to describe it.

I am still pondering about if I like this polish or not. It is not bad for the price and if you don’t mind layering 3 times then you might like it.  Again the color makes a lot up for the negatives mentioned!

I hope you all  liked this post!  For my last post click here. Until next post friends!



W7 In the Buff Natural Nudes eye colour palette First impression and swatches

W7 In the Buff Natural Nudes eye colour palette First impression and swatches

Hey everybody.

Today I am back with a swatch blog of the  W7  In  the Buff  Natural Nudes Eye Colour palette.  I have heard that the palettes from W7, are dupes for Urban Decay Naked palettes. I personally don’t own a naked palette yet,  but they are so on my wishlist. Even though I have no Naked palette to compare to, this palette looks like a good alternative to have if you are on a budget. Not to give much away! I like this palette way better than my Maybeline the nudes palette!


But lets get through some pro’s and cons!


  • Nice sturdy, tin packaging
  • 12 Colours and reasonable sized pans
  • Dual eye shadow brush. A crease brush and a sponge tip  applicator.


  • No mirror
  • No matte shades.

So now lets get to the fun stuff, the swatches!

First six shadows from left to right:

Buff, Caramel, Sand, Dust, Chocolate Topaz


Last six shadows from Left to right:

Earth, Storm,Silk, Wave, Thunder and Onyx


On the back of the tin, you can find the  names of the different shadows. Which is sort of nice. I would prefer having the names inside of the tin but it is always nice that a shadow palette has names for different colors for their shades.


Overall thoughts

I think the price  for this palette  is amazing! Only €7,99! I would rather invest in this palette again than the Maybeline Nude palette which cost 15 euros. I like the shadows and pigmentation better. Also for a beginner this is a nice palette. But if you are not a fan of the shimmer in the eyeshadow this might not be the eye shadow palette for you.

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