Bio Sculpture 2012 Summer Holiday Beach Collection – swatches and review

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How to cite: Wong M. Bio Sculpture 2012 Summer Holiday Beach Collection – swatches and review. Lab Muffin Beauty Science. November 23, 2012. Accessed December 22, 2023.

Bio Sculpture are mainly known for their nail gels, but they also have a range of nail polishes. Today I have the 2012 Summer Holiday Beach Collection, four creme colours that are somewhere between pastels and brights – they are indeed very summery colours, and surprisingly, I only have a dupe of the yellow, which is amazing given the size of my collection. They all evened out perfectly in 3 coats, and I can honestly say that the formula/brush combo is the best I’ve ever worked with – all these are without cleanup or topcoat! I wasn’t expecting to be this impressed with a range of 4 cremes, but I was pleasantly surprised.

Aquacade (#134) – bright blue

Appletini (#135) – apple green

Isla Del Sol (#133) – banana yellow

Coral Cove (#132) – muted coral

The four colours look amazing together, and I’m looking forward to trying out some of the inspiration nails on the promo image. Bio Sculpture gels also come in these four colours, so you can use the polish to touch up gels betweem appointments.

Bio Sculpture polish retails for $17.95 for 12 mL and is available in professional salons nationwide.

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14 thoughts on “Bio Sculpture 2012 Summer Holiday Beach Collection – swatches and review”

  1. Pretty – have never heard of this brand until now…but gosh – I hate to fall in love with any more brands that have such high price points. And boy do I agree – these together would make the perfect spring skittle look

  2. The blue and coral are my favorites! It sounds like you really like these a lot, never heard of them before, so now I know. Thanks for sharing.


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