Monday, October 27, 2014

Dr.'s Remedy Loyal Linen

everything is looking good with the computer since the total reformat... still keeping my fingers crossed that the problem is completely wiped out! i'm really happy because i was able to find all the pictures that had been backed up previously, which means i didn't lose my dogs' pictures from when i first adopted them :)

today i have Dr.'s Remedy Loyal Linen to share! (it's a press sample, kindly provided to me for review). Loyal Linen is a sheer cream colored polish with a creme finish... so, a cream creme! it has very beige undertones as opposed to the usual pink, which is a nice alternative for a French manicure... i did a traditional French tip with this color, but i don't have pictures because i'm still getting used to the paper reinforcer method and had a little smearing :)  Loyal Linen is pretty sheer, but i built it up to a nice level of opacity in three coats. i also liked it at two, but decided to add one more just to be able to see more of the color! i would definitely go with at least two coats because coat one was just a bit streaky. this swatch is without any topcoat... it's so shiny all by itself! i would probably go ahead and add a topcoat if this wasn't just for a swatch to improve longevity... i wanted to leave it since i was going to to be adding Dr.'s Remedy Modest Matte Topcoat after taking these pictures!

one coat Dr.'s Remedy Basic Basecoat, three coats Loyal Linen.

Dr.'s Remedy nail products include great ingredients such as Tea Tree Oil, vitamins, and wheat proteins and are free of formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, camphor, parabens, xylene, and dibutyl phthalate :) they are also touted to be the #1 recommended brand by podiatrists!

you can find Dr.'s Remedy products at, the polishes retail for $17! also check them out on Facebook at

the weekend went by so fast... Happy Monday! Ria :)

:: this product was sent to me for review, these are my honest opinions. ::

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