Does this nail polish look familiar to you?
I wore it solo because I fell in love with how creamy it was and how effortless the colour was to apply.
Still can’t believe that there aren’t more people raving about Topshop nail polish! So far, all the ones I’ve tried have been major wins!
Topshop Late Show Pictures
Topshop Late Show Swatches
All swatches have:
- Essie First Base (Base Coat)
- 2 coats of Topshop Late Show
- Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat
Natural Light Photos
- Name: Topshop Late Show
- Amount: 8 mL (0.27 fl. oz.)
- What I Paid: Nothing! (This was provided by PR. Retails for $10 USD.)
- Where to Buy: Topshop stores & Topshop website
Topshop Late Show Review
Late Show by Topshop is a gorgeous grape purple that reminds me a lot of the colour of Grimace, the character from McDonaldland when I was a kid.
I adore how creamy this purple is. It doesn’t look flat – there’s life to it, and I find this colour to be very comforting for some reason.
Late Show by Topshop has a creme finish, and it looks shiny even before you apply a top coat. That’s always nice, right?
The simple finish makes this wonderful to wear alone or as a base for nail art. I can see lots of fun nail stamping done on top of this!
Application & Formula
Application was a dream because the formula is creamy! I got full opacity with just 2 coats, and I didn’t feel the need to apply a 3rd.
This polish is flawless! There’s no struggling to get it to look even. There’s no premature tip wear. And there’s no need to apply tons and tons of coats just to cover your nail.
Final Verdict: 9.5/10
Despite the high price tag, I gave this polish a near-perfect score. Sure, it’s not the most original colour, but does every polish have to be completely mind blowing?
The formula and application are pure perfection, and the simple colour is extremely versatile and would work well on many different skin tones. Topshop has made a real winner here, and I think that if they dropped the price, more people could enjoy this quality nail polish!
Have you ever paid extra for a nail polish simply because it had a better formula? Or would you rather put in more effort with a cheaper polish to save money?