Apologies in advance, friends, I am a month late on this review. As usual, my Square Hue box arrived right at the beginning of April, but I did not get around to writing this post until now. So sorry! On the bright side, you won't have to wait so long between reviews this month.
I am loving the Amsterdam collection. As I have mentioned before, I'm a fan of bright, fun colors. This collection sure delivered that. This month the box came with two creme polishes and one duochrome.
To start, we have Beethovenstraat. Bonus points if you can pronounce that. This is a high gloss creme polish in a vibrant lime green shade. I used this recently in some nail art over a solid white polish and the color showed up very well. I'm not sure if I would paint all of my nails in this color, but it is perfect for accenting nail art. I'll be sure to post a tutorial soon of the design I did using this.
Second in the box, we have Kalverstraat. This is another high gloss creme polish. I'm not sure this photo is doing it justice, because this is a bright watermelon color. It is so fun for Spring and Summer. I have not tried this one yet but I think it would look great at a pedicure color.
Lastly, is P.C. Hooftstraat. I'm intrigued by these names. After I finish this I'm going to look up what they mean. This shade is an amazing purple/blue duochrome. I'm in love. It is so pretty. I painted my nails with this a couple weeks ago and it looked so good on. The coverage was nice, as well. I got full coverage in two coats. The photo makes is seem more blue, but it really looks purple on the nails, then when the light catches it you can see more of the blue. It is truly unique, I don't have anything in my collection like this.
I'm so happy with this collection. I was a little disappointed that last month's box was all neutrals. The May box is Rio. I am so excited for that because I can already guess that it's going to be bright and fun.
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