L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Nail Polish: News Nail Nuts Need to Know!

By Beaut.ie | March 5 2012 | 26 Comments

Colour Riche Nail Polish

41 shades, a small-sized 5ml bottle you can actually have a chance at using up, a formula based on gel technology, high shine finish and the sort of backstage buzz I only hear about pre-launch products that are really exciting insiders because they’re genuinely good, have all made me very curious about L’Oreal Paris’ April-launching Colour Riche Nail Polish collection.

We’ll bring you more when we have it, but for now, €7.55 will be the damage per bottle, and there’s a pic of three of the colours above.

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26 Replies to "L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Nail Polish: News Nail Nuts Need to Know!"

  • Oh exciting! I am all for smaller bottles to minimise waste xo

  • Brass Neck says:

    Saw these – or at least a whole new range of small L’Oreal polishes, I’m a bit confused re: the April launch thing – in Boots Rathmines over the weekend, they look nice, have a good shade range, and very much looking forward to getting my hands on a few of them.

  • Kirstie says:

    Brass Neck – Boots does its own thing re: distribution, so dates for mass brands tend to be nationwide, ex Boots; you’ll only find these in Boots now, but nowhere else till April, I mention it a lot. It’s a real pain in the ass.

  • Brass Neck says:

    Oh, thanks Kirstie, yes I should have remembered that! I will have to pick up a few.

  • MissNoStars says:

    got one in boots last week – versailles gold its nice

  • Sandra says:

    I got 3 bottles last week boots have a 3 for 2. They are expensive for the size of them but must say they apply well and dry quickly as well! I got countess beige on since yday and it doesnt feel like i have anything on my nails i only applied 2 coats and a top coat!

  • coco says:

    Gots me the black one, its fab, nearly 5 days without chipping too which must be a record!!!

  • Sabrina says:

    €4.99 is reasonable, my husband will kick me out if i buy anymore nail polish. I need these though!

  • Fiona says:

    More nail polish I hardly ever use? Ah, sure why not :D This sounds great.

  • witchgirl26 says:

    Superdrug seem to have them too at the mo – saw them on Sat up in Omni. Had to resist as going to USA next week but all the colours looked so very pretty!

  • SugarAndSpice says:

    Are they really 4.99? I saw these in Boots but they were around 7 euro.. for the size I thought it was a little expensive. Although I’m all about smaller bottles, I have never used up an entire bottle of polish!

  • Kirstie says:

    Loreal Paris said 7.55 first then emailed and said 4.99 – so I *hope* it’s 4.99!

  • Zoulikha says:

    Seen them in my local pharmacy (Greystones Unicare) this morning for 7.55

  • Kirstie says:

    right, let me ask!

  • Kirstie says:

    SIGH
    sorry for the messing, they ARE €7.55 …

  • SugarAndSpice says:

    Damn.. but thanks for checking Kirstie! :) Do they not think the price is a bit crazy for the size of the bottles? The shades look great but still I’d be reluctant to part with my cash.

  • mosababy says:

    I have these – bought in Boots (3 for 2 @ €7.99 each)

    Colours are amazing; brush is the best i’ve used – better than dior – and they last for at least 5 days with no fading of shine. Tip – if your nails are buffed well and one coat is all you will need.

  • Fee says:

    Yeah saw these in Boots yesterday but they were €7.67 or some other weird price like that. I got the Telescopic False Lash and the gel eyeliner and I’m pretty sure the mascara was oddly priced too. I didn’t get one as I wanted to get something pricier as my 3rd product but there was purple/blue-ish shade that I will defo be picking up (along with 2 others I don’t need for 3 for 2 :))

  • Fee says:

    Just checked my receipt there: mascara €16.76 and liner €15.24. And the lipstick I bought (before the €7.50 off) was €16.52! What’s up with the weird pricing?!

  • MsMaryMc says:

    love the look of these!

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