Nails / The Look Book

NARS Nail Polish In Jungle Red

Whether fashion-forward or elegantly classic, NARS Nail Polish shades impart incredible luster and prolonged gloss retention with UV protection to prevent polish discolouration. An advanced polymer system provides extended wear and a durable, chip-resistant finish.

An editor and consumer favourite, Jungle Red Nail Polish finds itself on many “Best Of” lists for its bright red hue.

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NARS Jungle Red Nail Polish is one versatile and ever-changing red.

This red is vibrant yet understated at the same time. Depending on the lighting and surroundings, this red gives a different vibe. It’s edgy yet classy. It’s a red that I reckon will flatter many skin tones.

The texture is smooth and has an almost jelly-like finish. The consistency is a little more watery than Dior’s and Chanel’s but still user-friendly.

NARS Jungle Red Nail Polish is no one-coater. In fact, you may experience an uneven first coat but as soon as the second coat goes on, it’s nice and smooth – for me at least. This hue is rich but bears a slight translucency which allows a tiny bit of my nail line to peep through in certain angles but I am fine with it. Go for a third coat if you like total opacity.

This is one red nail polish to look forward to when NARS launches in Singapore – very soon.

Check out Sophia’s coverage on both Jungle Red Nail Polish (she has swatches of this polish in different lightings) and Lipstick here and here. Picture above was taken during a preview party of NARS a few months ago – click here to read all about the event.

Thank you for looking.

Swatches taken under natural sun light without flash. Swatches swatched with Nail Tek Foundation II, 2 coats of nail polish and Seche Vite Top Coat.

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