I’ve got two Petites Color Fever polishes to share today - Secret and Peach Blush. I’ve never really tried Petites before, with the exception of one which has been living in my untrieds. So here’s another go at it for me. To avoid repeating myself I’ll just go over application here. For both polishes I applied a base coat, 2 coats polish, and Seche top coat. Application was a breeze, no problems to report here.
Secret is a deep shimmery red, nothing original, but quite nice…and this is coming from someone who is not a fan of reds.
I wasn’t too impressed by Peach Blush when I saw the bottle, it’s peachy pinkness isn’t something I usually go towards. Then I was pleasantly surprised once I applied it on my nails. The light peach to pink shift from the bottle actually translated onto nail.
My final thoughts on Petites Color Fever: They’re pretty decent and the quality is good especially for their price range. The colors may not be all that unique, but for a decently priced polish I give them two polished thumbs up.
Petites Color Fever is one of four nail polish lines from CQ Cosmetics. The others include, CQ Intense Color, Chamelon, and Petites. I’ll have more posts coming soon featuring the other 3 CQ lines. You can purchase these polishes at your local Rite Aid or directly from the CQ Cosmetic’s site. Prices range between $3.00 – $4.50 on their site and include free shipping with no minimum purchase.
*The products featured in this post were sent for review. All opinions are honest and my own.