Review: Broadway Nails Natural Bronze Polish

nail polish gold bottle Broadway
 If you've been with me for awhile you'd know that I have a huge nail polish collection, and over winter break I reviewed all of them. For Valentines day though I was given another nail polish, so of course I have to review it. I wouldn't have picked this Broadway Nails Natural Bronze nail lacquer myself because I already have a few gold polishes and I've never heard of the Broadway Nails, and after trying it I'm not sure that I'd buy it again.

Starting with the nail polish bottle, I'm not a fan. I love the shape and that the writing is easy to read, the twist top is easy to get off but I can't stand that plastic wrap with the bar code on the handle. I can't take it off either because that's the only place the color is put, #57 Natural Bronze. Way worse than those stickers on the top of bottles like Sally Hansen No Hard Feelings. The brush on the Broadway Nails polish is really nice though and i have no complaints about it.

Going on the formula didn't smell very strong, so I didn't have to worry about leaving a fan on. It went on smoothly, although not quite as evenly as I would have liked it to. I felt like it was clumping to the middle of my nails no matter how hard I tried to smooth it out. The Broadway Nails lacquer did dry quickly.
Nail polish Natural Bronze on
Here's what the color looks like on my nails. Basically exactly what it is in the bottle, which is a really good thing. It has quite a lot of little glitter, and is somewhere in-between Spoiled Pirates Booty Nail Polish and Essie Penny Talk color wise. I wish it had a little more yellow gold instead of copper gold. This polish after two coats is still pretty thin, and I can see my nail proteins through it.

Overall the Broadway Nails Natural Bronze Polish is so so. I would like the the bottle if it wasn't for that silly barcode wrapper that I have to keep so that I know the nail of the polish. I think the  Natural Bronze color is interesting, but to get any payoff it'd take three coats, and although there isn't a lot of drying time, it seems like a little too much. I'm also not a fan of the splotchy application.

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