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Morgan Taylor Ooh La La Spring/Summer 2015 Swatches & Review

By on March 24, 2015
in Fuchsia, Morgan Taylor, Pink, Turquoise with 1 Comment
Morgan Taylor Ooh La La - Summer 2015 via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Ooh La La

Francophiles will want to check out the new Paris-themed colors from Morgan Taylor. The Ooh La La collection for Spring/Summer 2015 blends a bit of whimsy with classic, feminine hues. Three full-coverage polishes are paired with a sparkling, pastel party glitter.

Formula & Application

Morgan Taylor nail polish is 5-Free (Formaldehyde, Toluene, DBP, Formaldehyde Resin, Camphor). The tapered glass bottles have a weighty, substantial feel and the smooth plastic cap has a bit of a curve at the base which rests comfortably between fingers. The brush is long, flat, dense and medium in width. The bristles are firm but can fan out to give good coverage.

The three full-coverage colors glide smoothly on the nail yet they have a thick-with-pigment feel. I found that using a bigger bead of polish than usual, and floating the brush over the nail gave the best results. Doing so, will achieve opacity in two coats, though Postcards from Paris is almost a one-coater.

Morgan Taylor Ooh La La Swatches

Morgan Taylor Amour Colour Please is a punchy fuchsia with a fine blue shimmer that gently peeks out, as though it’s trapped just under the surface. This isn’t a dead-on match for Essie Too Taboo, but they have the same vibe.

Morgan Taylor Amour Colour Please swatch via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Amour Colour Please

Morgan Taylor Amour Colour Please swatch comparison via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Amour Colour Please comparison

Morgan Taylor Cancan We Dance? is unique in that is has a touch of coral to it but the cool blue shimmer lands it clearly on Team Pink. I don’t anything remotely like it which is why I’m showing it to the much warmer pink, Zoya Wendy, and peachy Cinderella shade, My Carriage Awaits.

Morgan Taylor Cancan We Dance? swatch via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Cancan We Dance?

Morgan Taylor Cancan We Dance? comparison via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Cancan We Dance? comparison

Morgan Taylor Escar-Go To France is a clear-based glitter with multi-sized hex pieces in pastel pink and blue, deep rose, and holographic silver and pink. It’s a spring soiree in a bottle. I’m showing two coats over black, so you can see all the colors.

Morgan Taylor Escar-Go To France over black via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Escar-Go To France over black

Morgan Taylor Postcards from Paris is a Tiffany-esque turquoise creme. It’s lighter and not quite as blue as the quintessential Tiffany lacquer, China Glaze For Audrey, and not as muted as Orly Gumdrop.

Morgan Taylor Postcards from Paris swatch via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Postcards from Paris

Morgan Taylor Postcards from Paris comparison via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Postcards from Paris comparison

Morgan Taylor Ooh La La swatches via @alllacqueredup

Morgan Taylor Ooh La La swatches

Bottom Line: Check my forehead, you guys. My aversion to pink is starting to wane. I’ve been really drawn to the bright fuchsia shades that have come out this season and Amour Colour Please is no exception. Of course, I haven’t gone completely off the rails. I’m a smitten kitten for Postcards from Paris, even though I have so many bottles of this type of color. I think it’s the amazing pigmentation that sucked me in. And Escar-Go looks fab over it. I’m wearing that combo now.

Morgan Taylor Ooh La La officially launches in May 2015. You can find Morgan Taylor online at LoxaBeauty.com, JCPenney.com and Amazon.com. Morgan Taylor nail lacquer retails for $8.50/ea. For more info, visit MorganTaylorLacquer.com.

Which colors are you liking in Ooh La La? What would you wear Escar-Go over?

Disclosure: Product samples were provided by reps for Morgan Taylor. Affiliate links appear in this post. When you purchase through an affiliate link, you help support this site. For more info view my Disclosure Policy
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  1. Marlo says:

    Gelish and Morgan Taylor polishes are great. I love their color selections and durability. What I don’t like is their brushes. The Gelish brushes always have longer strands coming out and and the Morgan Taylor brushes are flimsy. The glitter polishes are messy to apply with a flimsy brush.

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