Monday, October 21, 2013

Duri Truth or Dare 2013 Collection Part 2

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Today I am back with Part 2 of my series on the Duri Truth or Dare collection. I am still loving these polishes and all the great colors. Just for an FYI my camera does not like pink or red colors, I adjusted some of the settings when taking the photos for a few of these polishes in a effort to get the most accurate color of the polish as I could, so if my skin or the grass in the background looks a little off, please disregard that and just focus on the fabulous colors in this collection :)
L-R Coral Start, Fuschia Finish, Question Mark, Double Dare

Just in case you missed part one of my series: If you are not familiar with Duri Cosmetics they were established in 1990 and carry over 200 shades of nail color, nail and hand treatments as well as some depilatory supplies. These products can be found in spas, salons and purchased on Duri's website.

Duri was nice enough to send the entire 2013 Truth or Dare Collection out to me, to try and review. Today I will be sharing four more shades from the collection with you; Coral Start, Fuschia Finish, Question Mark and Double Dare.

Coral Start is one of the prettiest coral colors I have seen. It's a creme polish and goes on really smooth, I did have to apply 3 coats of this so my nail line was not visible and with as quick as this polish dries that was not a problem. My swatch below came out way more orange that it actually is. The bottle shot above gives the accurate color.

Up next is one of my favorites from this collection and is currently on my toes, is Fuschia Finish. It is a gorgeous fuschia/berry creme color that I think would make a good spring or summer shade, it's just so bright and vibrant. I also think this would be a good alternative to red during the Holidays. Was opaque in 2 coats.

Next is Question Mark, a deep berry colored creme polish. I will be using this shade a lot this fall and winter. I think it would look great with some gold nail art or a gold accent nail. Swatch is 2 coats with no top coat. It was a little difficult to clean up, but I have that issue with most berry colored polishes. It's just a beautiful shade and I can't get over how shiny these polishes are without a topcoat! 

Last one for this post is called Double Dare. If you are in the market for a classic red creme polish for the Holiday season I highly recommend this one, opaque in just 2 coats and such a beautiful shade of red. This is more of a true red in person.

Next Monday I will be bringing you the final four colors from this collection; Grey Area, Murky Answer, Lucky Strike and Berry Vague. 


  1. Pretty! I've never heard of Duri before.

    I really can't wait to see the next colors!! Their names sound great for fall!

    1. Aren't they though! Love creative names for polishes :)


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