Animal print, animal print, animal print! Is it here to stay? Well from what I can see, it’s a trend that doesn’t appear to be going anywhere fast. My very first blog post  was all about how to wear animal print to accent your outfit. Since that post last fall there nail polish companies have continued to develop shades inspired by animals.

Color Club is just one of the nail polish companies that have jumped on the animal bandwagon with their Color Club Safari Garden Collection which launched a few months ago for spring. With six shades inspired by the animal kingdom, this collection certainly peaked my interest.

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In De-Nile

In De-Nile is a gorgeous baby blue cream. It’s hard to find a good pastel polish that applies evenly and covers in just two coats but Color Club has done it with this gorgeous baby blue.

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Lion’s Den

Lion’s Den is a shimmery but smooth polish that is reminds me of a lion’s coat at sunrise. This stunning polish applies evenly and covers fully in two thin coats. The vibrancy in the sunlight is absolutely gorgeous. One of my favourites in the Color Club Safari Garden Collection.color club, color club spring, color club spring 2014, color club safari collection, color club safari collection swatches, color club swatches, color club review, lion's den, lions den, color club lion's den, lion's den swatch

Look Don’t Tusk

Look Don’t Tusk is a beautiful eggshell off-white cream. It’s subtle pastel-esque yellow tone is definitely one of the hot colors of the season – for both spring and summer. Shown here in two coats.

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Nail-Robi

Nail-Robi is a dark indigo jean colored blue. It’s bright shine was evident even before applying a top coat. Full coverage was achieved in one coat! Anything that allows less time to dry has a thumbs up from me!nail robi, nail-robi, color club nail robi, nail-robi swatch, color club, color club spring, color club spring 2014, color club safari collection, color club safari collection swatches, color club swatches, color club review

Safari Sunset

Safari Sunset is a beautiful shimmery pale peach. Applied in just two coats, this polish is a gorgeous must have spring/summer shade.

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Tribe and True

Tribe and True is a khaki green that is an original addition to my green collection. This color looks gorgeous with a white t, blue distressed jeans and some gold rings. Perfect for spring summer. Another polish that achieved full coverage in just one coat!

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The Verdict?

Will Spend My Starbucks Money On:

  • Lion’s Den
  • Tribe and True

Might Miss One Starbucks This Week For:

  • Nail Robi
  • In De-Nile
  • Safari Sunset

I’m Not Giving Up My Starbucks For:

  • Look Don’t Tusk (I have other pastel yellows close in color)

What’s your favourite in shade in the Color Club Safari Garden Collection?

Until next time,

nail that accent


Disclosure: Products in this post were provided for my consideration. All opinions are my own. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.

 

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