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Essie Come Here 0.5 oz - #827

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Essie Treatment - First Base Base Coat
  • Brush on two coats of your favorite Essie nail color - make sure you allow the polish to dry in between coats.
  • Finish it off with a top coat like Essie Treatment - No Chips Ahead or Essie Treatment - Matte About You
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    Essie provides a creamy rich color in iconic shades with a chip resistant formula.  Whether you are going for a classic or a trendy-chic style, with over 300 colors to choose from you can be sure to find a thrilling look.  Each hue provides flawless coverage ensuring a stand-out manicure.  Essie nail polish is the go-to brand when it comes to guaranteed professional and high-quality manicures.

    All Essie nail polishes are DBP, toluene and formaldehyde free.

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    Additional Details

    Item Name: Essie Come Here 0.5 oz - #827
    Manufactuer: Essie
    Type: Nail Lacquer
    UPC: 884486128294
    SKU: ES-827
    Weight: 62 grams - (0.14 lb)
    Condition: New
    Tags: Discontinued, Essie, MARKDOWNS, Nail Polish, Pink, Resort Collection, SALE, The Ultimate Mani Gift Guide, and Valentine's Day Collection 2021

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 9 reviews
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    Margaret B.
    Amazing color and formula! Neon coral, smooth opaque coverage in one coat, no streaks.

    Amazing color and formula! Neon coral, smooth opaque coverage in one coat, no streaks. This is better than most polishes sold as neons as it doesn't need a white base and has a rich glossy shine. Most bright orange shades don't suit me but this has a bit of pink in it. Looks great with my very fair skin with slight golden undertones. It has a bit of pastel in it so it looks more flattering than regular neons, which look a bit harsh on me.I don't usually have such good wear with Essie, but wear time is fairly good. I use Essie Good to Go Topcoat over it. This gives me a solid 4 5 days before I get chips/cracks. Shows tip wear on day 2 3. I usually get between 2 5 days from my regular polishes.The only negative I have is it dries fairly fast. I have to work fast and have to hold myself to a 4 -5 strokes max to apply color to each nail. With regular polishes I have enough time to do a few extra finishing strokes to get it perfect. But with Come Here! I accept what I've done and don't over work it. Any more strokes than 4 or 5 and it mucks up the surface by dry brushing.

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    lolajean
    I love the color! It's really bright.

    I love the color! It's really bright. However I took off a lip for the formula which was very hard to apply. As others have said it was goopy as if it were old already. Other than that its beautiful.

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    spaflam
    Great color, lots of compliments on how well it goes with my (tan) skin tone.

    Great color, lots of compliments on how well it goes with my (tan) skin tone. Through streaky going on, dried looking good and is still without chips a week later, which is rare on me. The color, as others described is a great summer color with pink, red and orange in just the right amount...different in different light, but always complimentary.

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    rcjroxanne
    I love love love this color! It's like a neon coral, perfect mixture of pink, red and orange.

    I love love love this color! It's like a neon coral, perfect mixture of pink, red and orange. It's so tropical, and I can't wait to wear it all summer long. I have exceptionally fair skin and it pops on my skin tone, so I can just imagine how much it would pop on someone who is actually tan. The formula is smooth, I did two coats with a top coat. It was a little runny, but I was able to use my other fingernail to get it off my cuticle no problem. Must have for summer, its so fun!

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    Sugar_Snack
    Gorgeous color.

    Gorgeous color. Kind of goopy to apply, like it's an old polish? This color is actually kind of unique; it looks like an orange red with a fade filter on it. No other way to describe it. Goes almost totally opaque in one coat, too.

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