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Hey there !
It’s actually the second time that I’m writing this post as the first time my browser decided to mess things up. Anyway, let’s do it all again :D
Beautyworld Middle East took place a little more than one week ago. It’s actually the largest international trade fair for beauty products, hair, fragrances and wellbeing in the Middle East. Let me tell you that even by being there during the three whole days, I wasn’t able to see everything exposed there. But, one of the brands I was happy to see there was Kure Bazaar.
I was invited by their local distributor, as the brand will finally be soon available here in Dubai ! I’m pretty happy about that, as I love this brand and you already know that :D But my bank account isn’t, I don’t get why ! For the launch, Kartika one of Kure Bazaar‘s co-founders was here and I was pretty lucky to be able to chat with her a little bit. She already explained the philosophy behind Kure Bazaar so I won’t go through this here. The first time I talked about this brand here on the blog was a few months after the brand’s creation in august 2012, and I presented you Mon Bleu. This post’s pictures are so old, and so messy, it’s a shame :D Please don’t go see it (please) !
So Kartika told me a lot about their brand new products such as their brand new hydrating natural nail polish remover, which believe me is quite a revolution :) We also talked about Dubai, as she moved here a few months ago ! Just before leaving, the brand offered me Juicy, which I’m showing you today !
I own something like one quarter of the full Kure Bazaar collection, but luckily I didn’t have this Juicy shade ! I think we can say that this shade is somewhat neon. For me it’s definitely a red-based orange neon nail polish. It’s easy to apply and it’s a two coater. What amazed me the most is the ultra-glossy finish. Crazy, right?
Such a shade couldn’t be left without a nail-art, so I took the Bundle Monster n°308 stamping plate, where you can find the oranges designs. Once the design on the stamper I removed the parts I didn’t want to appear. In fact, I just kept the big orange in the middle. I used the El Corazon special white for stamping for this nail-art.
With a lighter orange I colored the design directly on the stamper. I wanted about one minute for it to dry, and then I applied the stamper to my nails, to transfer this kind of decal. When transferring the orange on my nails, the edges cracked and I kind of love the final result !
I finished with a fast drying top coat. Obviously, this mani got me craving for an orange/carrot juice. Which was delicious and perfect to stay hydrated with this pretty hot weather !
I don’t know where Kure Bazaar is going to be sold here, neither at what price. I think that we’ll find them in stores such as Harvey Nichols, Debenhams or maybe the Galeries Lafayette. Stay tuned !
Thanks for reading ! ❤
Kure Bazaar, Juicy – 16$ available at Spirit Beauty Lounge
El Corazon, White Stamping polish – 5,90€ available at Hypnotic Polish
Bundle Monster, BM-308 – 1,99$ the stamping plate available at Bundle Monster