Before long, countless invitations for holiday drinks and festive soirées will be extended to unsuspecting friends across America. Already, photos of Friendsgiving meals are clogging Instagram feeds and dominating
I came across this shimmering Rose Fusion color from Chanel at a nail salon recently and couldn’t stop thinking about it. Kind of like a molten rose gold embedded with flecks of silver, it had just the right amount of sheen to be showy, but not over-the-top.
Another exuberant Chanel hue that I came across was Troublant. This bottle is much more colorful than Rose Fusion, with a burgundy base and a golden green shimmer. It sounds weird, but packs a punch when worn correctly. This particular polish even has the power to amp up the drama on a little black dress, should that be necessary.
These hues bring to mind a bottle of Peridot, also from Chanel, which I bought in one of Paris’ looming department stores four years ago. The golden and green hue, which reminds me of a scarab, always attracts comments on my sparkling nails. And not only does the thin formula layer well, it also dries in an instant. Though I used the color sparingly, the bottle has finally been finished, forever. Which leads us to the only downfall of these polishes; they’re limited edition. So should you find yourself enamored with one of these colors, I’d recommend buying a few bottles at once.
After all, it’s more economical than buying another quilted Chanel bag.