Dry, Dammit!

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W7 Last Tango in Paris

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Hello! I have W7 Last Tango in Paris to show you. It’s from another bin at Chemist Warehouse near my work and it’s very impressive for just AU$2.99. I’ve looked on Google but haven’t been able to find much about it. I think it’s from W7’s Spring 2013 Collection. It’s very pretty so look below for more pictures to drool over!

W7 Last Tango in Paris by Dry, Dammit!

W7 Last Tango in Paris by Dry, Dammit!

W7 Last Tango in Paris by Dry, Dammit!

Last Tango in Paris is a beautiful dark purple crelly with blue and purple-ish glitters. I thought it was a bit sheer but after two coats it was perfect. Application was so simple as well, which was a relief. It’s such a pretty colour! I can’t believe how simple and pretty it is at the same time. Ah, the awesomeness of a good cheap polish.

W7 Last Tango in Paris by Dry, Dammit!

W7 Last Tango in Paris by Dry, Dammit!

W7 Last Tango in Paris by Dry, Dammit!

DETAILS

  • Where to buy: Chemist Warehouse
  • Cost: AU$2.99
  • Volume: 15ml
  • Coats to opacity: Two

I’m not entirely sure why it’s called Last Tango in Paris. There’s nothing really Parisian about it to me, or maybe it’s meant to be about the tango? Either way, it’s a fun polish to wear and I enjoyed wearing it. Thanks for reading!

8 thoughts on “W7 Last Tango in Paris

  1. That is a pretty purple polish, shows that the cheap ones are sometimes better than the dearer ones.

  2. Isn’t it extraordinary how many fantastic polishes there are out there that cost less than a coffee? This is another really beautiful one.

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  4. Just echoing the other comments – I love a good bargain nailpolish, especially when it actually works! It doesn’t come out gluggy at all?

    • No, not gluggy at all! I was very surprised because I used to have a white W7 polish and it was terrible! So thick. Maybe a new formula? I know I’ve read heaps of good reviews about W7, so if you find one, give it a try.

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