L’Oreal Jet Set To Paris

I did a bad thing. I bought (another) polish based solely on the name! Granted I had really been wanting to try L’Oreal’s new line of Colour Riche nail polishes so it’s ok, right?

Jet Set To Paris is a true blue creme. The color is very standard and is almost a dead on dupe of Essie Mesmerize. Application wasn’t bad…but I did need three coats to even out the color.

My one complaint about this polish is the wear. I didn’t even make it 24 hours before I had a significant chip. Although, chip isn’t really the right word…the nail polish kind of peeled off my nails. It was very odd. Hopefully it was just a one time thing, though I haven’t had a chance to wear this polish again and test it out.

This line of polish is priced about average for drugstore nail polish at $5.99 a bottle.

I’m  not totally in love with this polish, but I am glad to have it because of the name. Who doesn’t want to jet set to Paris….often? And this blue is the perfect French flag blue….

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14 thoughts on “L’Oreal Jet Set To Paris

  1. […] For the “blue hand” aka the left hand I used Ulta Snow White, Revlon Royal, H&M U Must Have This and L’Oreal Jet Set To Paris. […]

  2. […] idea #1: Red, Glitter and Blue. This one is very simple. I used L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris on all my nails except the ring finger which I painted with OPI Perfectly Red. Otherwise, I just […]

  3. […] flag then added an Eiffel Tower to make the manicure a bit more interesting. The blue I used was L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris (oh, how appropriate!). For the red I used OPI Perfectly Red. And for the white I decided to […]

  4. […] and the Union Jack isn’t too over powering being on just one nail. For the Union Jack I used L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris as the base and just drew the Union Jack using nail art polishes from the LA Colors Art Deco […]

  5. […] nails were fairly easy to recreated. I used L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris for the blue nails and wet n wild Red Red for the red nails. As far as the flags go, they’re […]

  6. […] used Essie Mademoiselle as a base then just free handed the French flag tips using L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris, Ulta Snow White and Wet n Wild Red […]

  7. […] For a base I used a plain white polish (Ulta Snow White). Then starting with a blue polish (L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris) I made the R shape just using the polish brush. I repeated this with Ulta Snow White then with wet […]

  8. […] polishes I used for this look include Ulta Snow White and L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris. To write “VOTE” and draw the box I used a red striper and for the check mark I used a […]

  9. […] boo! She used my all time favorite drug store red: Wet n Wild Red Red and a big lemming of mine: L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris. For the accent nail she used Essie No Place Like Chrome topped with Love & Beauty Tinsel Town. […]

  10. […] Perfectly Red, L’Oreal Jet Set To Paris, Ulta Snow White (not […]

  11. […] sponged wet n wild megalast I Red A Good Book on the bottom third of the nails followed by sponging L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris on the top third of the […]

  12. […] and while I really loved it there was alot going on. I prefer it as an accent nail. Polishes used: L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris, Ulta Snow White, wet n wild I Red a Good […]

  13. […] do a French flag manicure. It’s a super simple look to achieve. I started off with a coat of L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris. I let that dry then used tape to block off the bottom third of my nail and applied 2 coats of Ulta […]

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