Saturday, February 23, 2013

Layla Ceramic Effect Bally Sky (CE 62)

Layla Bally Sky is teal duochrome infused with a rich gold shimmer. Oddly enough, Layla doesn't put the name anywhere on the bottle. The imprint on the top of the cap and the sticker on the bottom of the bottle just say "CE 62." I had to look up the polish's actual name online. It certainly doesn't detract from Bally Sky's beauty at all, but I thought that was kind of weird not to include the name.



This is easily one of the most gorgeous teals I've ever seen. The intensity of the shimmer is absolutely incredible. Even in dim indoor light, it has a gorgeous reflective sparkle that catches your eye. There's an almost metallic glow to it. Plus the formula is excellent! This is almost a one-coater, but I needed two to even a few areas out.

When I saw Bally Sky in the bottle, I could tell it would be pretty, but I didn't think it would be as awesome and special as it turned out to be. There are lots of teal shimmers out there--and I have plenty in my own stash--but the richness of this teal and the dense shimmer really make this one stand out. If you like teal, you need Bally Sky--no question!


Disclosure: This polish was provided for my honest review. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.

8 comments:

  1. You really rock the mermaid-esque shades!

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    1. Thanks Amanda! They are some of my favorites. :)

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  2. I got one of the Layla ceramic effects, and it chipped a few hours later. I didn't know they actually had names!

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    1. Aww that's too bad! I wore this one for three days with no chips. I know though, isn't that so weird they don't print the names??

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