Colour in the spotlight – texas me later


Texas Me Later - Main

Name: Texas me later

Collection & UK launch date: Urban Cowgirl, 4th August 2015 (singles 29th August 2015)

Description & personal opinion: A coppery medium to dark pink with a frost finish, this isn’t really a colour I would chose but has been a popular choice on more mature clients.

Matching nail polish: Yes, Morgan Taylor – Texas me later.

Viscosity: smooth and fluid so easy to apply.

Application: An easy two coats,  this is a frost finish though so make sure all strokes are straight to give a neat finish.

Texas Me Later - Application

Lighting variance: (indoors, led, outdoors)

Texas Me Later - Lighting

Sparkles & Trends: I love my jewels keep me warm and all that glitters is gold with this colour.

Texas Me Later - Trends

Longevity: no problems

Fading: I do think this faded slightly and lost some of its initial pink rose tints and went to the more coppery side (sorry for the blurry picture).

Texas Me Later - Fading

Removal: easy

Similar colours: there currently aren’t any similar colours to this in the Gelish collection. The closest non Gelish is Sally Hansen raisin the bar.

Texas Me Later - Similar


Texas Me Later - Art 2

Texas Me Later - Art 1

Texas Me Later - Art 3

My verdict: although this colour really isn’t one I would personally chose it’s a nice colour and popular with more mature clients so is worth the investment especially as it applies so nicely in two coats

Next week: chain reaction

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