Product Review: Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer, Anime-zing Color

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Last week, I decided to repaint my finger nails with Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer in the color "Anime-zing Color" and OPI Nail Lacquer, "Tinsel, Tinsel 'Lil Star". I also used a different base coat and top coat than I did the first time I did my nails.

When I bought the Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer "Anime-zing Color" at Sally Beauty Supply, it looked as though it was a periwinkle blue in the store. I decided to give it a try because it was buy one, get one free. I was super excited about the color. However, when I started painting my nails, it came out much darker, and in certain lights, it almost looks navy blue. I am a bit disappointed about that, but I still like the color.

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The nice thing about about the polish is that it's a bit thicker than the OPI Nail Lacquer, so I didn't have to apply more than two coats. With that being said, I had to be more careful in applying the polish to my nails because it was very easy to glob it on, which isn't ideal. If you use the Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer, I recommend wiping the brush on the side of the nail polish bottle. Even with hand doing some housework, the nail polish has held up very well, and it has been right at week.

I'd give Morgan Taylor Professional Nail Lacquer "Anime-zing Color" four out of five stars because it's long lasting and doesn't require a lot of coats. However, I took away a star because it is easy to glob on. I look forward to trying out other colors by this brand, and I'll definitely buy more products by them. Be on the look out for The Running Bibliophile's next product review!


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