Ricky’s NYC RickyColor Nail Polish had me at “inspired by everyone that is NYC”. With shades like Unpaid Interns, Fifth Floor Walkup, Gypsy Cabs and Canal St. Knockoffs, who wouldn’t love the names that wink at some of NYC’s classics. Even more fun, the assortment I received was sent in it’s own graffiti-painted subway car (box). Love!
Stopping at Ricky’s NYC is a tradition for me every time I’m in New York. You can find a little bit of everything there and the Wall of Polish is something to behold! Never having tried RickyColor before, I wondered how it would perform. When I applied the first coat on the first nail, I already knew I had a winner. I was impressed with the formula; it applies easily, has good pigmentation and color payoff. It’s long wearing and chip-resistant. Two coats is ideal for a well-saturated color.
I received six RickyColor shades to try:
- Taco Tuesday -orchid
- 5th Floor Walkup – mint green
- Shakespeare in the Park – sky (pastel) blue
- Summer Friday – coral
- Gypsy Cab – black
- Five Dollar Pashmina – periwinkle blue (below)
The bottom line is that RickyColor Nail Polish is definitely a brand that I would recommend and will repurchase. There are 17 base colors and seasonal collections, like the new Hot Summer in the City Neons Collection. All RickyColor polishes are 3-free. And at $6.50 each or 2/$10, they’re really reasonably priced, too. You can get more information at rickysnyc.com. Have you tried this line of nail polish yet? Let me know in the comments!
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